Demo Day for Startups in Microsoft Ventures Accelerator in Tel Aviv

Last month, the Microsoft Ventures Accelerator in Tel Aviv saw its third batch of startups graduate, culminating in a Demo Day like no other.

People in room conversing

Founded in April of 2012, the Accelerator in Tel Aviv is located in the heart of Israel’s Silicon Valley and is part of Microsoft Ventures’ growing global network of accelerators. We provide a state-of-the-art workspace and access to Microsoft technology and business mentors who help startups with hands-on expertise in key areas throughout the intense four-month program.


In preparation for their graduation and with the support of the program’s staff and mentors, the ten startups spent a good partof their last month in the program practicing and perfecting their storytelling and pitching skills. With 150 investors in an audience of 400, the pressure was on!

The final result? Nothing short of inspiring. With live demos and a stage “takeover” by mobile gamers, the startups pushed the boundaries of creative presentations and put on the performance of a lifetime.

Got an idea so brilliant it burns? Our Microsoft Ventures Accelerator in Tel Aviv is now accepting applications for its next class. Apply now and you might be the one rocking the stage at our next Demo Day!

Appixia is an easy to use, highly affordable platform for small and medium retailers to build and promote their mobile presence.
CellMining disrupts the way mobile operators monitor and fix network failures by providing them with an optimizing platform utilizing crowd-sourced, real-time data.
ConferPlace is the first conference platform that delivers a full conference experience online, enabling users to take part in any event anywhere in the world without leaving the comfort of their own desk.
KitLocate’s software development infrastructure allows companies to manage location-based services smartly and efficiently.
Kytera developed novel “Aging-in-Place” technology that help seniors grow old in dignity in the comfort of their own homes. The system tracks seniors’ activity patterns and uses cloud-based big-data analytics to dynamically learn their routine in order to detect deviations and distress situations.
MetalCompass is an augmented-reality gaming system disrupting the mobile gaming industry and turns the world into a playing field.
Navin is a crowd-sourced platform/app that makes navigation work EVERYWHERE in the world, both indoors and out.
Roojoom offers a dynamic new way to experience, share and consume online content while enabling users to curate, add insights and give readers a guided tour around the web.
Semperis creates a novel solution for organizations to manage their Identity Platforms (Active Directory) and rapid Disaster Recovery.
Vubooo is a leading interactive engagement platform for sports fans, providing them with a first-of-its-kind experience during live sporting events.

Click here to see a Roojoom track of the graduating startups!