Drop The Mic

Our work here is done. But the show will go on.

Now in its fifth year, VentureClash is entering an exciting new phase! CI is handing the reins to our very capable partners at Startup Bootcamp, Techstars, and Upward. We’re so excited to see what 2020 will bring, but in the meantime, we’d like to thank our competitors, corporate partners, and attendees for their support over the past four years.

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Past Winners
Take a look at our winners from 2016 to the present—an impressive roster of the world’s most innovative young companies in digital health, fintech, insurtech, industry 4.0, and more.
  • 2019
    First Place
    $1,500,000
    Pineapple, South Africa
    A peer-to-peer insurance provider that allows individuals to insure their possessions simply by snapping a picture and uploading it to the mobile application.
    Second Place
    $750,000
    Atidot, Israel
    An insurtech solution that uses artificial intelligence, machine learning and predictive analytics to help life insurance companies optimize their books of business.
    Second Place
    $750,000
    EyeControl, Israel
    An Israeli company creating an innovative communication device for individuals who suffer from complete paralysis.
    Third Place
    $500,000
    Cinchy, Canada
    A company creating a new alternative to buying and building applications that brings data collaboration to the enterprise.
    Third Place
    $500,000
    Covr Financial Technologies, United States
    A company simplifying the way life insurance is sold by offering financial institutions a digital platform to sell leading insurance products in the most efficient way possible.
    Third Place
    $500,000
    MothersChoice, Israel
    A company creating the next generation of personal care products scientifically proven to be healthy, safe and 100 percent natural.
    Third Place
    $250,000
    Curatio, Canada
    A Canadian company building a mobile platform that matches patients to others who understand what they’re going through in a private, secure environment.
    Third Place
    $250,000
    DEEP, Israel
    An Israeli company developing a platform that uses AI and practical machine learning technologies to create contextual visual storytelling elements, including semiautomated video production.
  • 2018
    First Place
    $1,500,000
    Voiceitt, Israel
    Based in Israel, Voiceitt is developing the world’s first speech recognition technology designed to understand non-standard speech and help restore communication channels for a combined 10.4 million people in the United States and Europe who suffer from speech disabilities.
    Second Place
    $1,000,000
    DOZR, Canada
    A Canadian company that has developed a marketplace for the online rental of heavy equipment, enabling business owners to earn additional revenue from their idle equipment and allowing contractors to rent equipment at lower rates than traditional rental companies.
    Second Place
    $1,000,000
    IronYun, Connecticut
    A Stamford-based next-generation, AI deep-learning, big-data video search business-to-business software company providing enterprise customers with hyper-converged, private cloud computing and big-data video software products.
    Third Place
    $500,000
    CloudKPI, Ireland
    An Irish company developing an insight engine that enables SaaS businesses to predict likely outcomes.
    Third Place
    $500,000
    Invixium, Canada
    A Canadian manufacturer of modern biometric solutions for markets needing strong user authentication, convenience and data analytics.
    Third Place
    $500,000
    Paygilant, Israel
    An Israeli technology company working to prevent mobile payments fraud on mobile devices in the preauthorization phase.
  • 2017
    First Place
    $1,500,000
    FRISS, Netherlands
    Using proprietary analytics software to provide state-of-the-art solutions in the fields of fraud, risk and compliance for the insurance industry.
    Second Place
    $1,000,000
    SCADAfence, Israel
    Securing mission-critical industrial networks from cyber threats, reducing the risk of connecting multiple devices in industries like manufacturing, utilities, oil and gas.
    Second Place
    $1,000,000
    Vouchr, Canada
    Offering a secure, payment-agnostic tool that allows users to bundle transfers of funds with photos, videos, social networking and gamification.
    Third Place
    $500,000
    Buzzmove, UK
    Offering the United Kingdom’s only price-comparison and instant-booking platform for all services related to moving and the right level of insurance needed to cover moving-related services.
    Third Place
    $500,000
    Davra Networks, Ireland
    Providing a complete Internet of Things (IoT) platform that allows customers to define, build and bring to market vertical-specific IoT applications while collecting and easily sharing data.
    Third Place
    $500,000
    EAVE, UK
    Developing the next generation of hearing protection and communication technology by utilizing noise cancellation and speech enhancement to eliminate noise-induced hearing loss.
  • 2016
    First Place
    $1,500,000
    Dream Payments, Canada
    Offering a payments cloud for financial institutions and acquirers to deliver mobile point-of-sale and payment acceptance solutions to their business customers.
    Second Place
    $1,000,000
    Hubbub, UK
    Building simple mass acquisition and retention tools for education and nonprofit fundraising, using social data mining to segment databases and identify high-value prospects with white-label crowdfunding and digital-giving tools to increase donor conversion and retention.
    Third Place
    $500,000
    AMP Credit Technologies, Hong Kong
    Offering a comprehensive tool for efficient lead targeting, automated paperless loan origination and onboarding, enhanced credit assessment analytics, automated repayment collections, account reconciliation and ongoing risk portfolio management.
    Third Place
    $500,000
    BondIT, Israel
    Driving up bond sales by enhancing client satisfaction while reducing internal friction through its algo-driven, data-based solution that provides an optimized, customized bond portfolio in minutes instead of days.
    Third Place
    $500,000
    LindaCare, Belgium
    Offering a software platform, OnePulseTM, that provides a single view of patients’ remote monitoring alerts and follow-up history, ensuring that all healthcare professionals have a clear and common view of the patient’s condition.
    Third Place
    $500,000
    Streamdata.io, France
    Providing Proxy-as-a-Service (between the API and the device), which turns any API into a real-time experience—no server-side code required.
Corporate Partners

The involvement and support of our corporate partners made VentureClash not only possible, but wildly successful. Thank you to the companies that are just as excited about the future as we are.