San Mateo, CA, January 28, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- StartupGrind has announced ContractRoom will be one of the 50 companies selected to attend the 2016 Class of their Startup Program. The Startup Program hand picks the top 50 companies from 200 cities around the world to attend this event. Startup Grind Startup Program companies are an elite group of companies whose founders range from former Googlers to CERN Physicists to Forbes 30 Under 30.
“We’re very proud to have been chosen to showcase ContractRoom at StartupGrind. We look forward to sharing our vision for a more agreeable future, and comparing notes with this very select group of peers,” says Emil Stefanutti, Co-Founder and CEO of ContractRoom.
“Of the 1,100 startups that applied, 50 were selected representing the Startup Grind community across 80 countries. These startups have great teams, traction, technology and massive markets,” says Derek Andersen, founder & CEO of Startup Grind. “Our biggest goal is for each startup to go back home with a new and improved game plan that would not have happened without the help of the program and the mentors/resources that were made available to them.”
Startup Grind is the largest independent startup community, actively educating, inspiring, and connecting 215,000 founders in over 200 cities. It nurtures startup ecosystems in 70 countries through events, media, and partnerships with organizations like Google for Entrepreneurs. To date, Startup Grind has helped millions of entrepreneurs find mentorship, connect to partners and hires, pursue funding, and reach new users.
ContractRoom is a cloud-based negotiation platform that stops the endless back-and-forth, annoying redlines and missed deadlines. Uniquely, it analyzes past transactional and behavioral data using machine learning techniques - in doing so, providing what we call Predictive AgreementTM. ContractRoom manages end-to-end business negotiations, transforming a dysfunctional, manual paper process into a dynamic data-driven operation. ContractRoom lets users “negotiate less, agree more.”