LISBON, Portugal and SAN FRANCISCO, November 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- 15 Promising Startups From Various Industries and Geographies Exhibited as Part of the Startup LeagueThe Startup League, an initiative undertaken by Radix, the Registry behind domain extensions like .ONLINE, .TECH and .STORE, amongst others, aims to give deserving startups better marketing and PR opportunities on a global scale, as evidenced by the 15 startups that were sponsored by the Startup League at Web Summit 2016. Startups from diverse industries and geographies came together under the Startup League to project their ideas and interact with some of the brightest minds in the tech world. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20160513/803542-a ) The Startup League emerged out of the need to address the Marketing and PR hurdles that are responsible for the failure of most startups. The idea behind the Startup League is to offer startups on Radix domain extensions an added advantage in terms of Marketing and PR by providing them benefits including :
At least 25% sponsorship on their booth fees (30% for Web Summit)
PR mentions in leading startup portals
According to Sandeep Ramchandani, the Business Head of Radix,"The primary objective is to ensure 'effective marketing' for all of the Startup League's 40, and counting members by offering distinctive domain names to stand out amongst the competition and economical ways to magnify global presence so as to create a universal brand image." Web Summit is one of the leading technology conferences of the world, held this year in Lisbon, Portugal; it attracted over 50,000 attendees, 15,000 companies and 1,500 startups from 166 countries. 15 startups from various industries - technology, health and nutrition, sports, and even content writing - and geographies - Europe, America and Latin America - exhibited as part of the Startup League; these included aeracars.tech, epitrack.tech, uxh.space, krakenprod.tech, foodstamp.tech, istmos.tech, taskomat.tech, innovationmeasurement.tech, hirefreehands.tech, aedmap.online, sportifyapp.tech, post.press, youclap.tech, booknow.tech and nu-rise.tech. The 2016 Web Summit saw an incredible tide of startups on new domain extensions, apart from the 15 already in the League, with Radix's .TECH leading the pack with a count of over 20 adopters. The startups exhibiting under the Startup League umbrella were well received at the event, generating a positive response from the audience, a few notable investors and members of the startup ecosystem.