Gener8tor Unveils New Class of Startups, Hits Fundraising Milestone
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company says its digital tools can spot trends and amplify the reach of clients’ marketing campaigns. According to its website, Lumanu has users at companies such as Google and HubSpot.
—ParqEx is like Airbnb for parking. Based in Chicago—a hot market for parking tech—ParqEx has developed software that allows people to rent out their parking spots for hours, days, or months at a time. Users can even rent spaces in garages and gated lots, the company says.
—ThirdPartyTrust, also based in Chicago, has created technology that helps businesses keep track of “vendors”—contractors, consultants, and other parties whose services they pay for. The company says its tools can help users monitor vendor risk and identify cyber threats. Vendors, meanwhile, can use the software to create profiles containing compliance documents such as insurance certificates and security audit results.
—YachtLife has developed a mobile app that is designed to help luxury yacht owners rent or sell their boats. The Fort Lauderdale, FL-based startup says it gives some potential buyers the option to charter a yacht before deciding whether to buy it. According to its website, YachtLife is available in several U.S. cities, as well as in France and Spain.