NOLA.com / Times-Picayune
The Baton Rouge Area Chamber on Thursday (Nov. 13) unveiled companies showcasing at its Innovation Alley at BRAC’s Big Think happening during Baton Rouge Entrepreneurship Week 2014.
The eight companies chosen to showcase new products and services from around the Baton Rouge area include:
- BitFinity – video game development
- Bottoms Up – mobile marketing service for bars, restaurants, and patrons
- Indie Plate – farm fresh grocery delivery service
- Iron 27 – mobile gaming and software development
- Millifluidica – smart and miniaturized devices for chemical and biological processes
- Pixel Dash Studios – video game development
- Tuck N’ Roll Media – full-service video production
- Uber – ridesharing service
“Exposure and awareness are key factors for all start-ups,” said BRAC President and CEO Adam Knapp in a statement. “Innovation Alley will offer these exciting new companies the benefit of showcasing their assets to Big Think attendees. Big Think attendees with have the opportunity to test and experience new products coming to market from within the region.”
BRAC’s daylong Big Think will take place on Nov. 19 at the Manship Theater inside the Shaw Center for the Arts in downtown Baton Rouge.