VentureSpur Announces its 2014 Startup Class!

VentureSpur is welcoming its 2014 Startup Class and we’re excited to see the list of participants! This round includes startups from all over, including China and Argentina.

This year’s Startup Class includes:

5 Million Shoppers

This is the very first mobile online-to-offline service that brings Chinese shoppers directly to US retailers.

5 Screens Media

Connecting businesses and consumers through Sponsored Data, leading to increased traffic, better engagement, and greater sales within a rewarding consumer experience.


An app connecting consumers with brands when, how and where they want–giving the consumer a voice and control of the relationship and engagement level.


Provides insights that help brick and mortar businesses optimize the performance of their customer engagement to create a unique shopping experience by leveraging marketing, merchandising and analytics tools.


An app that empowers merchants to cheaply and easily market themselves. Through JoinMe@, merchants can both preserve and virally grow their customer base using our proprietary digital word-of-mouth system.


Mobile software that monetizes the value of a consumer’s social network in sales transactions at retail brick and mortar and allocates a value to each consumer via their Social Networth(tm) Index (SNI). Retailers can then target consumers based on their SNI with subsequent mobile campaigns.


Pactanda helps merchants get to confidential, collaborative solutions with online customers. Our agreement-oriented platform helps manage and solve claims, turning them into opportunities to build loyalty, protecting brands in social networks and reducing legal risks.

About VentureSpur

VentureSpur is an accelerator program founded “By Entrepreneurs and For Entrepreneurs.”

Their accelerator focuses on a better way of deploying capital — “coupled with active mentorship, a purpose-driven education and development program” that gives entrepreneurs the opportunity to showcase their business throughout the region and country.

Rachel Winstead

Rachel is a freelance writer and works at Soap Hope in downtown Dallas. She hates the term "disrupt," tweets about startups, and appreciates a well-crafted hashtag.