The Accelerator 2023 Demo Day marks the culmination of the Baltic Ventures flagship 16-week Accelerator 2023 programme.
9 game-changing companies make up the Accelerator 2023 cohort, and were selected from over 200 applications in a highly competitive process that attracted founders from across the UK and beyond.
The event promises an unrivalled opportunity to hear from this years most exciting digital tech companies; as well as creating space for founders, investors, and members of the entrepreneurial ecosystem to come together, network, and foster meaningful connections.
At the Baltic Ventures Demo Day you will get what you have come to expect from Baltic Ventures events….an unrivalled showcase of talent, a celebration of Liverpool, and a great time.
You will hear from the 9 most exciting early-stage digital tech companies – solving problems in areas from access to education for neurodivergent children to the handling of rich media in applications, from enhancing performance at sports by tailoring nutrition to helping women to take back control of their money.
Investors will also have exclusive access to 1-2-1 meetings with the cohort, for an opportunity to learn more about these companies and why they should be part of your portfolio.
You can also expect live music performances, healthy street food, games and more….
3:30pm – 4:15pm – Arrivals and Networking with Live Music
4:15pm – Opening
4:30pm – 5pm – Pitches from Accelerator 2023 companies
5pm – 5:30pm – Break and Networking with Live Music
5:30pm – 6:15pm – Pitches from Accelerator 2023 Companies
6:15pm – 9pm – Networking, Food, Drinks and Music
*please note these timings are approximate and could be subject to change as we get closer to the event.
Financielle – an app that helps women to take back control of their money via a combination of useful tools, engaging content and a supportive community.
Hexis – an AI-powered personalised nutrition app, that enhances your performance at sports by tailoring nutrition recommendations to your lifestyle, workouts and goals.
Heatio – a cleantech start-up that analyses energy use in your home to enable you to optimise the way you use devices such as heat pumps, electric batteries and solar panels to cut your bills and carbon footprint.
Gaia Learning – a global online school that supports neurodiverse children through personalised education, which parents and educators can monitor via a dashboard that provides insights into a child’s learning experience. The model leads to reduced anxiety, more personalised learning, and better overall learner experience.
Birl – with 75% of used clothes sent to landfill, this platform aims to tackle the environmental impact of the fashion industry by allowing customers to trade in used clothing for credit on their favourite brand’s websites – in turn reducing waste and promoting a circular economy –
IttyBit – an API that simplifies the handling of rich media in applications, providing developers with easy ways to upload, store, transform, and extract data from video, audio, and image files, while ensuring compatibility across different formats and browsers.
Cubode – a platform that aims to make coding more accessible than the current no-code and generative AI solutions on offer by enabling users to accurately fine-tune code through a combination of no-code, AI, and data analytics.
February – a platform that uses AI to read and understand tickets in a product development backlog, convert them into accurately coded features, and then safely deploy the changes.
Yuty – an AI-powered platform that enables brands and retailers the ability to offer customers hyper-personalised product recommendations that drive engagement and build customer loyalty.