Startup Spotlight

Startup Spotlight profiles emerging tech and non-tech companies in Los Angeles — giving startups a chance to tell their stories, and giving readers insights into some of the region’s most promising startups. Working on a cool new startup in LA? Let us know. If we find it compelling and honest, we'll write about it. Email us at [email protected]

From The Trenches: Interview with Shai Rambod, CEO at MyChon, a 23andMe for Cellular Health

For the better part of the last decade, through the rise of wearable devices, genetic testing, and data-driven technologies, individuals now have more information than ever about their own health, encouraging health education and literacy. This can translate to better decision making and ultimately improved well-being. Health startups are at the forefront of developing innovative solutions for promoting measurable lifestyle actions that correlate how lifestyle, diet and nutrition choices affect...

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Art of Sport (AOS) Makes Body And Skincare Products Engineered For Athletes

It’s not uncommon for athletes and active folks to have a skin issue or two from time to time. Their physical activities combined with a lot of sweating and unsanitized equipment and environments, exposure to harmful bacteria and infections can be pretty common. This makes it important for people who do sports to pay close attention to their hygiene and skin care measures. While there are tons of great skincare...

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Learn How Retina Uses Artificial Intelligence to Turn Enterprise Data Into Insights

The right kind and amount of data can make or break a marketing campaign. It’s the lifeblood of the industry, making it essential for marketers to find the best ways to find and generate the info that can help them create a solid marketing plan. The problem is, they’re not always readily available and interpreting them can also be an undertaking. Designed to help businesses save hard-earned money from unproductive...

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OpenNode is The Easiest Way to Accept Bitcoin

Bitcoin is steadily establishing itself as a legitimate form of currency in recent years so it makes sense that a chunk of the population now wants an easier to use it. While bitcoin has great value, it doesn’t mean anything if those who have it cannot spend it on real-world things. So to address this issue, technologies for its use have to become available. OpenNode is one of the platforms...

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Pearl Launch New Wave of AI-Powered Dentistry Tools

If there’s one industry that has greatly benefitted from the advances in recent years’ technology, it would be healthcare. Automating various processes, from medical procedures to administrative tasks helped the trade more efficient, advanced, and capable of making breakthroughs that lead to improving people’s lives. However, there’s still so much room for progress, especially in the field of dental care and that’s what Pearl wishes to explore. The main idea...

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BlueFever, An Emotional Support Text Service For All Your Feels

Teenagers constantly struggle with the tricky situation they’re put in and that’s a fact. It can get overwhelming, confusing, exciting, maddening, and everything else in between. For most of them, an outlet is necessary to keep themselves centered and stay at peace amidst the chaos. Everyone, however, needs some kind of a support system to get through it all. BlueFever’s creators, Lauren Tracy and Greta McAnany made one in the...

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Aircam Let’s You Easily Share Photos at Events

Living in the moment nowadays also involves sharing photos in real-time. Doing so, however, can take people away from the party as some might be too engrossed in taking snapshots of an event instead of enjoying the celebration. Some will argue that this is the very reason why professional photographers are hired. But since they can’t really send you the photos they took right away so you might still want...

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Get Your Fingers Sticky With These Deliciously Saucy Korean Sauce From KPOP Foods

K-pop is a genre of popular music originating in South Korea. While the modern form of K-pop can be traced back to the early 90s, the term itself has been popularized since the 2000s, replacing the term Gayo, which also refers to domestic pop music in South Korea.  The trend of people living or working within 50 miles of where they grew up is changing faster and faster as the...

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RidersShare Launched Peer-To-Peer Motorcycle Rentals in Los Angeles

Motorcycle riding is a combination of exhilaration, fear, relaxation, and pleasure that changes you forever.  It’s physical & emotional pleasure, with a layer of anxiety & adrenaline.  The sense of freedom feels complete on two wheels, and riding doesn't transport you to a destination; it is the destination. Motorcyclists often feel like they belong to a big community, and that sensation gives them something in common; a shared bond that...

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Epic Spreads: A Startup with a New Take on Healthy Nut Butters

Whether you need an energy-packed pre-workout snack, a little something to get you going after pilates, or just something fun to spice up your regular diet – Epic Spreads has revolutionized healthy nut butters for you! The company was founded by Patrick Williams, an athlete who could not find a healthy snack spread and was tired of his daily peanut butter diet.  He decided to combine his passion for fitness...

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Get The Season’s Best Beauty, Fashion, & Fitness Products Straight to Your Doorstep With FabFitFun

Do you want to be fabulous and fit, and have a bit of fun besides? If you’re a woman, then perhaps you should take a look at what FabFitFun is offering for women. This lifestyle media brand offers numerous helpful articles about new products for women. However, you don’t just read about these lifestyle products.  You can subscribe and be a member, and you can have the latest items delivered...

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