Audiowings are redefining radio, by developing an end-to-end content distribution network, characterised by a premium pair of revolutionary SMART headphones. Being location aware, as well as containing an audio player, storage, micro-electronic sensors and wireless interfaces, the headphones communicate wirelessly (3G and Wi-Fi) directly to a powerful custom developed content distribution engine. This platform aggregates content from providers like Spotify, delivering contextually relevant audio information via 3G, unique to the user, their environment and circumstances. Think Google Glass, but for your ears.
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Dec 2, 2014
Tweet Night Zookeeper, Audiowings and Glow were among a long list of impressive winners at the second annual Elevator Pitch Awards last night. The event brings together all four series of Tech City News’ flagship startup competition and celebrates the achievements of the 48 leading businesses. The ceremony was hosted at Natwest in the heart of the City of London. Categories ranged from ‘Fastest Growth’ to ‘Best Pitch’ as well as the sought after title of ‘People’s Choice’ which was taken home by Hassle.com last year . The first award of the night went to Audiowings for the best pitch of 2014 , and they were quickly followed by Night Zookeeper who won the fastest growth in 2014 category having amassed more than 1m users this year. The standout success of 2014 was flat-share startup FlatClub who this year raised $1.5m and picked up Google as a client. People’s choice award Karisma Kidz then took home the People’s Choice award , which was decided by thousands of votes by Tech City News readers. Startup for social good went to Compare and Share and most disruptive startup of 2014 went to Geneix for its revolutionary medical technology. 3D-Printed trophies by Wonderluk There was plenty of reason to celebrate for 2013′s Elevator Pitch startups, with two categories up for grabs. Standout success of 2013 went to Glow, whose CEO Damian Routley recently featured in our New York documentary . The 2013 fastest growth startup was Buzz Radar who are on track to double their revenues. The winners were awarded our bespoke 3D-printed trophies. Designed in partnership with the amazing team at Wonderluk who also produce a leading line of 3D-printed jewellery. There was a final award of the night that was destined for someone other than a startup. The Tech City News Advocate 2014 went to Andrew Sissons from Hackney Council for his tireless support of the organisation. A night to remember Meg Hillier MP was the guest of honour and make a rallying call for startups to engage with the local community. She celebrated the success of the businesses in the room but asked them to consider schemes like the Hackney 100 apprenticeship scheme to get more local young people into tech. Shoreditch and Tech City is “achingly cool” but also “achingly poor” and businesses need to play a bigger part in the area’s regeneration What’s next? The next series of the Elevator Pitch will kick off in early 2015 when the whole process starts anew. Applications are now open . Thank you to our sponsors Natwest, Elance-oDesk, JLL, Fried Frank, KPMG, Level39, and Chivas Regal The Venture, for making this year’s awards the biggest and best yet. Full list of winners