Startups Awards-commended firm Seenit wins the coveted Disrupt Cup

Video collaboration platform beats 14 other start-ups to take home $50,000 investment after two days of intensive pitching

Seenit, the Startups Awards-commended video collaboration platform, has taken home the esteemed Disrupt Cup at TechCrunch Disrupt London 2016’s Startup Battlefield.

The Startups 100-featured company was one of six finalists, including InsideDNA, LiftIgniter, Oxehealth and PhenixP2P, whittled down from 14 competitors.

After two days of pitching in front of multiple groups of venture capitalists and tech leaders, Seenit was crowned the winner and took home a $50,000 investment. InsideDNA, a company that uses machine learning to identify drug targets, was chosen as runner-up.

Founded in 2014 by Emily Forbes – featured in our inspiring women series – Seenit enables brands and organisations to turn fans, employees and influencers into their own mobile film crews.

The judges for the final demo day included Barbara Belvisi of Hardware Club, Accel’s Luciana Lixandru, Sean O’Sullivan of SOSV, TechCrunch editor-in-chief Matthew Panzarino and Francesca Warner of Downing Partners.

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