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Below, check out 100 of the most exciting startups in New York City, republished with permission from The Hundert.Enabling facility managers to reduce energy waste, sustainability managers to reduce carbon emissions and building occupants to achieve a healthy and comfortable workplace, Callida is reinventing the way commercial buildings work for everyone.The Callida App lets every occupant have a voice in office comfort ratings that are visualized in real-time on the facility manager’s dashboard and Callida lets the facility manager know when the office is empty to turn down cooling/heating to generate savings with no discomfort.Backed by First Mark Capital and Georgian Partners, Bluecore is one of New York City’s fastest growing Saa S start-ups and works with more than 200 customers representing more than 325 high-end apparel, electronics, automotive and other consumer brands.Bond Street is transforming small business lending through technology, data and design.The result is improved targeting, personalization, and reach across all marketing channels.
Based in New York City, Action IQ is backed by leading investors including Sequoia Capital and First Mark Capital.
While the Bark Shop is loaded with products for dogs to play, eat, nest and more, Bark Post creates original content for dog people, helping dogs share their stories with the world using the power of humans. Founded in 2013 by Fayez Mohamood, Mahmoud Arram and Max Bennett, Bluecore (originally Trigger Mail) empowers marketers to take meaningful, immediate action on behavioral and product data with speed and simplicity.
Bluecore’s customer experience platform is designed to simplify the process of ingesting and analyzing terabytes of behavioral data to create precise audiences and experiences across channels.
The company provides one to three year term loans from $50,000 to $500,000 range with rates starting at 6%.
Bond Street was founded in 2014 by David Haber and Peyton Sherwood.
The company has since expanded with a goal of building a Disney for dogs — having the backs of dog parents for everything and creating its own products, experiences and entertainment with Bark Shop, Bark Live, and Bark Post.