MIT Enterprise Forum brings Thai & Polish Startups to Boston

In June 2017, participants and winners of the MIT Enterprise Forum Accelerator Program and competition will be visiting Boston and Cambridge. The groups will attend a week-long bootcamp at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where they will participate in workshops which hone their business skills, learn about what it means to do business in the U.S., visit labs and local area startups, connect with local entrepreneurs, and pitch to potential investors.

The 12 participating startups represent diverse technologies, including but not limited to biomedicine, artificial intelligence, predictive data analysis, online marketplaces, and industrial solutions.

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2017 PARTICIPATING STARTUPS

2040.io  Improving direct sales team performance with an AI-powered assistant, Edward.ai
AIM Solution  Providing robot-assisted communication therapy to children with autism spectrum disorders
Dream Maker Equity   Connecting innovative entrepreneurs to investors with a crowdfunding portal
Electronic Nose  Solving social and industrial problems by giving machines the power of smell
InnovaLab  Assuring product quality and preventing counterfeit products through unique chemical markers
Medical Simulation Technologies   Providing cutting-edge, accurate patient information using medical heart simulators based on computed tomography scans
Nu Delta  Accelerating the digitization of documents using innovative algorithms
Predictail  Anticipating manufacturing production failure through big data analysis
SensoriumLab  Providing a portable, non-invasive diagnostic and telemonitoring system for patients with pleural effusion
Shiftspace  Allowing brand owners to search an online marketplace for the right retail spaces to directly target retail consumers
Vortex Oil Engineering  Extracting crude oils from reservoirs and using flood water in a more efficient, cost-effective, and environmentally-friendly way
Waywer  Revolutionizing digital sales processes with interactive video messaging