A group of innovative Israeli startup companies are spearheading the next generation of digital technology.
Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop and the New York Consulate General of Israel are inviting locals to hear from and meet these New York-based Israeli technology startups at a showcase in Jersey City on June 23.
The event, taking place at 9:45 a.m. at City Hall, will give attendees insight on the companies and how their services can impact local residents.
Speakers at the showcase will include Fulop, Consul General of Isreal in New York Ambassador Ido Aharoni, Chair of NJ-Israel Commission Mark Levenson, and Founder of NJ Tech Meetup Aaron Price.
The showcase at City Hall, located at 280 Grove St., requires attendees to RSVP.
Some information on the companies :
CUPS is a mobile app that provides coffee drinkers with information on independent cafes, including deals at participating coffee shops.
CELLOLO is breaking ground on new technology for live events allowing for a new form of dialogue between an audience and their favorite artists or sports team.
FARMIGO is developing a way for farms to provide their fresh and organic products at an affordable price to communities across the U.S.
GETT is a transportation app for New York City with 24/7 live customer service and clear format for both residents and tourists.
PANGO gives drivers an easy application for paying for street parking, as well as opening their parking garage gates by using their phones as remote controls.
APPCARD allows consumers to make purchases and earn rewards at their favorite stores.
LOYALBLOCKS provides an app that allows local businesses to easily communicate between merchants and customers.
SPREO uses “iBeacons” (Bluetooth low energy beacons) and other sensors to offer indoor navigation services, location based marketing and more.
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on June 19, 2014 at 1:18 PM, updated June 19, 2014 at 3:27 PM