Any bride knows the struggle of wedding dress shopping. Making an appointment takes months, and when you finally book an appointment, finding the perfect dress you pinned on Pinterest is nearly impossible. And top it all off, waiting for months for a delivery really doesn’t help with all the stress. Luckily, there’s a new addition…
A profile on Datafox, a Stanford startup from the GSB, focused on providing business analytics for everybody, from enterprises to students.
NovoEd redefines the traditional video and quiz online education pedagogy by providing a social and community-based experience. The online social learning platform’s mission is to provide their online students with what Stanford students have access to on campus: high quality smart people and the opportunity to work with them.
Conspire is a digital network platform founded by two Stanford grads (’04), helping users find the strongest path of connection to any person of interest, with a value prop that reaches beyond just LinkedIn-style “connecting.”
About a year ago, in Stanford’s ENGR145 Technology Entrepreneurship class, Jesse Leimgruber and Misha Talavera pitched NeoReach in front of classmates, professors, and venture capitalists. They explained their vision for a tech-enabled advertising marketplace. On August 27, 2014, after a series of accelerators, NeoReach stepped out into the limelight when it raised $1.5 million in seed funding while 19-year-old Jesse was still an undergraduate student at Stanford.
A review of Boosted Board’s product, and its most recent price drop to $999, putting it within the reach of Stanford students seeking effective and portable last-mile transportation.
This is part of a larger series on Stanford startups that we’ll have throughout this year. We’ll cover interesting and promising startups around campus and from alums as they come up. The first is a YC-backed startup founded by Stanford alum Ricky Yean (’10).