How Journey to U.S. Makes International Startups More Resilient
Leaders of several innovative companies reflect on the value of global perspectives and share tips for changing the tech game
During the past several years of the ongoing, international tech renaissance, countless startups have brought their ideas and products stateside from across the globe, carrying with them a range of innovations, earned perspectives, and origin stories. With a successful 2014 squared away, five companies — including Fever, Voiceboard, and The Next Web — weighed in on what they’ve learned from taking on the U.S. market.
Chordify hails from the Netherlands and Oxford, U.K., and has already collected Shell LiveWIRE and Deloitte Rising Star awards, among others. With a free version and a recently launched premium service available, the platform allows both amateur and professional musicians to create chord transpositions from played music (digital or live) in almost real time.