• Mobile Health Solutions: Nearly 30 percent of prescriptions are never picked up at the pharmacy, causing many hospitalizations and deaths. The European startup’s mobile app aims to simplify the way patients purchase medications. Team: Luis Angel.
• SWOL: This Miami startup is creating a social community designed to unite and engage global soccer fans through original content and celebrity access. Team: Adam Davis and Danny Karbassiyoon.
• The Social Radio: This startup from Argentina lets you listen to tweets and posts while playing your favorite music in the background, and the service is available on iPhone, Android and on the web. Team: Roberto Gluck, Alejandra Negrete and Demian Renzulli.
Launch Pad Tech also announced its 25 selections for its Community Program, which attracted 90 applications. These companies did not have to be in the three industry areas that the accelerator companies did. Each of the companies will get low-cost office space in the same space as the accelerator companies as well as mentoring and can participate in the programming.
It’s all about creating entrepreneurial density, said Rapin-Smith. “This is all part of the goal: To put these companies [that are] in different stages of their life cycles together in the same place so they can spar with each other and grow as a community.”
Of the 25 companies chosen for the Community Program, all but Tabber are from South Florida. They are:
• AdMobilize: The company’s ad network changes the rules and roles of advertising; where now, consumers get paid to represent the brands they love.
• Tabber: This Brazilian startup seeks to revolutionize the way people interact with bars, restaurants and stores by allowing them to place orders and pay the tab directly on their own smartphones, without having to go through a sales person.
• Vikingo Games: This company digital pop-up books for education and entertainment.
• Sportnity: The Web 2.0 Internet platform digitizes sport leagues, clubs, teams, athletes, referees, agents and fans into virtual communities that enhance the overall sports experience.
• CrewHu: This online recognition platform will allow customers to create, execute and track contests and other recognition programs.
• Sponsorist: This startup’s platform makes it easy for anyone to sponsor events, nonprofits, schools, sports teams and more.
• Munchkin Fun: A Miami kids calendar and class directory that aims to answer an old question: What’s fun today?
• Intellocorp: A cloud-enabled software company providing a platform for fuel optimization and business control for commercial vessels.
• Gemster: This startup aggregates and organizes a massive database of local events from Facebook to help people decide where they should be heading out to have a great time.
• Breast Cancer Partner: An eHealth portal for breast cancer survivors that provides evidence-based education, tools and resources.
• Zia Ella: This is an e-commerce and mobile platform that will allow shoppers to learn about what to look for in their beauty products, what to stay away from and will enable easy and fast online shopping.
• Indira: This company is a personalized fashion and décor brand that designs and sells bridesmaid dresses and wedding details for the discerning bride.