Information and Technology executives from some of Colorado’s most innovative, small and medium-sized tech companies will showcase their products to visitors from over 200 countries at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, February 26 – March 1. Mobile World Congress provides the world’s best venue for mobile industry networking and new business opportunities. In 2017, the event attracted more than 108,000 attendees, 60,000 of whom held C-Suite level positions.
The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) and a delegation of five Colorado companies will be showcasing the state’s commitment to growing its technology sector. Attending the show? OEDIT and the following companies will be located in Hall 7, Stand 7M30.
access.mobile, Denver, CO
access.mobile has created a software platform that leverages data to improve access to healthcare in underserved markets, helping patients find and communicate with healthcare providers.
Adventos, Greenwood Village, CO
Adventos has built state of the art software that helps public safety agencies and municipal governments become more efficient and better connected, not only internally, but externally with the communities they serve.
apt.app, Denver, CO
The mobile app and web technology provided by apt.app offers a new communication approach between and among residents and staff. The first ever neighbor-to-neighbor feature allows residents to notify their neighbor of a common disturbance, such as a noise complaint, anonymously, giving residents peace of mind and quick resolve.
Makeena, Inc. Boulder, CO
Its application helps increase in-store awareness for the natural and sustainable brand by providing the shopper with product comparisons and nutritional information, loyalty rewards, flash deals, recipes, shopping lists with aisle information, and coupons.
Nokero USA, Denver, CO
Nokero C303 Solar Phone Charger provides reliable energy access in hard to reach areas, specifically rural communities and natural disaster zones (like Puerto Rico).