OpenWeatherMap is included into top 50 in 2017 Class Startup Exhibitioners! - News
OpenWeatherMap is included into top 50 in 2017 Class Startup Exhibitioners!
OpenWeatherMap company entered the top 50 companies selected from 80 countries, 200 cities around the world.
REDWOOD CITY, CA and SAN JOSE, CA–(Marketwired – February 16, 2017) – Startup Grind today announced the induction of 50 Companies to the 2017, which includes OpenWeatherMap.The Startup Exhibition recognizes the top 50 companies handpicked from 80 countries, 200 cities around the world. Startup Grind Startup Exhibition companies are given access to StartupGrind global audience through media and onsite at annual Global Event held February 21st through February 22nd.On February 22nd in a beautiful historic downtown of Redwood City OpenWeatherMap are going to present our the VANE geospatial platform. We invite everybody to our stand, where we will demonstrate the opportunities of VANE platform and its products.Startup Grind Startup Exhibition companies are an elite group of companies whose founders range from 16 year-old founders who gained 20,000 paying customers in 2 months to a professional basketball player, to a Medical Director at Yale, to a Resident Neurosurgeon at Duke University Hospital.
The exhibition helps companies to accelerate their pace towards growth and success by gaining the visibility of mentors and investors in StartupGrind network.
“We started this after seeing many of the Accelerators and Incubators not doing much to really help companies,” says Derek Andersen, founder & CEO of Startup Grind. “We really wanted to make an actual difference in the startups trajectory and leverage all of our resources and network to their advantage.”
“Of the 6,000 plus startups that were considered, 50 were selected representing the Startup Grind community across 80 countries. These startups have great teams, traction, technology and massive markets,” says Andersen. “Our biggest goal is for each startup to go back home with a new and improved game plan that would not have happened without the exposure of the exhibition and the mentors/resources that were gained through our network.”