• Maor Gordon-Guteman

Introducing NUMA’s June 2018 cohort!

Updated: Apr 4

NUMA is excited to introduce the startups joining us for our June 2018 cohort. The startups in our latest season cover six different industries and 4 continents with our founders coming from Israel, India, France and Canada. All are looking to get a piece of the American Dream! They created tech solutions for industries as diverse as event planning, healthcare, industrial, e-commerce, social entrepreneurship and HR. Before being accepted into our program, each company was put through a highly selective process. Of the hundreds of startups that applied, we admitted less than 1%. Over the course of the ten week program, our companies will work to build out their traction in B2B sales, B2C user acquisition or fundraising in the US market. By the end of the program, founders will:

Have a repeatable and scalable sales or investment processHave iterated and gained traction in the U.S. marketBe ready to hire and scaleUnderstand U.S. fundraising landscapeHave a supportive personal network in New YorkHave a US roadmap for the next 6 months

Read below to learn more about our companies:

Locus is an Intelligent logistics automation platform for e-commerce, food delivery, FMCG and other verticals. The platform improves consistency, efficiency of operations and customer satisfaction.

Bottom line:

1 Million Unique Delivery addresses per week15 clients today$6M funds raised

Revinax specializes in virtual reality training for high-risk professions, precision skills and immersive presentations. Their first app, Surgevry has been designed for Surgeons. Hear Revinax CEO Maxime Ros explain VR for surgery in this video.

Bottom line:

Raised $400KGlobal pipe around $1MClients include Orange, ST Micro Electronics, Veolia

SINGA has created a platform to raise public awareness on the issues linked to refugees and asylum seekers (Humans of Movement) and helps refugees successfully and safely integrate in their new country. Discover Hamze’s story — one of the refugees Singa helped — in this video.

Bottom line:

25K+ refugees have been trained44% of them got a job61% found a place a place to live

SOS in Bel Air is a pocket-size multimedia agency aiming to bring digital art to advertising. They work with 50+ amazing freelancers to transform projects into cool and ambitious pieces. They believe having fun is a serious matter. Discover a cool commercial they made for Japanese Mochi ice cream brand My/Mo’s here.

Bottom-line:

- Clients include luxury brands Hennessy, Louboutin, Novotel

- SOS in Bel Air operates in London, Amsterdam, Tokyo and Paris

The Porpoise app increases employee engagement and workplace culture through goal-setting, gamification and acknowledgement. Employers connect with their employees, and employees with each other.

Bottom-line: 3 Major Enterprise clients | Reduced enterprise sales cycle by 50% | Grew revenue 800% YoY | hit $300k in ARR in Q2 2018

Getoo is the platform for millennial parents to easily find, book, and purchase all their kids’ birthday party needs. Our automated platform offers themed packages and customizable experiences with options to choose the venue, entertainer, food, design, cakes and more.

Bottom-line:

200+ secured partnerships with vendors that are paying from day 1, including strategic partnerships with brands such as 16 HandlesRan a closed pilot of 80 parties with a lean MVP and $0 marketing spend20% Return customers in the first 3 months50% of the customers upgrade to premium services

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