The Melbourne Startups Making Their Moves – Only at MAP16 Demo Day
Your Invitation To:
MAP 2016 Demo Day
Thursday 27th October 2016, 6pm
Melbourne Town Hall
What do some of the hottest sectors in innovation have in common? How are medtech, clean energy, extreme sports and big data linked? Answer: they’re all found at the Melbourne Accelerator Program!
On Thursday 27 October, mingle with the founders driving Melbourne’s entrepreneurial scene, as you witness pitches from Allume, Honee, Axon, Deliciou, Shacky, Black AI, Bajaboard, CNSDose, Onolytics and Simple. Marking the official conclusion of the MAP16 program, this is your unique opportunity to delve into the world of MAP and see what this extraordinary group of founders have been working on this year.
“The MAP startups this year have exceeded our expectations. The founders have grown together as a cohort and we were blown away by the level of collaboration and camaraderie across the group. Each of the founders have experienced a unique journey – either through applying their learnings to achieve product-market fit, exceeding their growth targets or accelerating product development and expanding their teams.” – Maxine Lee, MAP Accelerator Manager.
The stage is well and truly set for the MAP16 startups, to share their experiences this year, and inspire the aspiring entrepreneurs and founders who will prepare to apply for MAP17 next year.
With investors, founders, corporates, and champions of Melbourne’s wider entrepreneurial community present, the MAP 2016 Demo Day is your chance to be connected with the best and brightest minds from across Australia. Meet and support the people making Melbourne a world-class startup hub.
Be a part of something big.
Register online today. General admission and limited investor tickets available.
Allume Energy is a renewable energy technology company focused on grid sharing and solar as a service for Australian communities.
Axon is a software platform helping clinicians deliver the best evidence-based, standardised medical care.
BajaBoard has produced an extreme electric ‘skateboard’ for the action sports fanatic.
Black AI has built Ani, an artificial intelligence system that can watch and understand human behaviour. Ani automates the direct observation of people movement and flow through environments, providing information and insights in real time.
CNSDose is a precision medicine company targeting mental health. The CNSDose depression report - powered by DNA - guides which antidepressant and dose is most appropriate for the individual.
Deliciou offers healthy snacks and premium seasonings that are fun and easy to use. Deliciou’s flagship product is their vegetarian bacon seasoning that is low in calories, fat and sodium and makes anything taste like bacon!
Honee is the discovery, booking and engagement platform for all wellness, beauty and fitness services in Melbourne.
Onolytics has built an algorithm that identifies a person’s cultural origin based on their first name and surname, allowing organisations to enrich databases with ethno-cultural information and targeted marketing efforts.
Shacky offers a relaxing holiday experiences in a unique ‘tiny house’ in the Australian countryside. Combining beautiful regional locations with a tiny house experience, explore the countryside while helping local farmers to diversify their income.
Simple aims to transform the pharmacy experience through better design and user experience. Their personalised medication service increases adherence and safety around taking regular medications for people with chronic illnesses.
The Melbourne Accelerator Program (MAP) is the preeminent entrepreneurship program in Australia. Since its inception in 2012, MAP has evolved to offer a range of public events, workshops and programs to help up-skill and connect aspiring entrepreneurs. Top startups gain access to the MAP Startup Accelerator where they receive $20,000 funding, office space, mentoring and travel to Sydney and Silicon Valley.
In 2015 MAP was ranked number 8 globally from over 300 university business accelerators by the UBI Index.