Go for Launch: Tertill, Diana AI & Appsmith
Tending a garden is often referred to as a labor of love — taking an abundance of patience and time spent weeding. However, Tertill, a robotic gardener, can change that. Created by the inventor of Roomba, Tertill pulls weeds without the need for herbicides, hauling mulch, or putting down ugly plastic films.
Tertill was one startup featured in the most recent episode of Go for Launch. Go for Launch is Innovation Leader’s series of live startup demos. During each episode, three startups pitch their solutions in 30 minutes. Then, our guest hosts ask questions to the entrepreneurs. After the webcast concludes, participants have the opportunity to connect with founders in virtual breakout rooms to ask their questions.
Diana AI and Appsmith also pitched their products. Diana AI allows teams to sort through enterprise data through voice commands, making searching for information easier. Appsmith is an open source system for companies to build custom internal tools using low code.
This episode also features insights from Paul Gaffney, Chief Technology Officer of Kohl’s. Matt Perlow, a Vice President of Silicon Valley Bank, co-hosts this episode. Silicon Valley Bank is also a sponsor of our Go For Launch series.
Learn more about the startups and see timecodes for their pitches below. Sign up for future episodes of Go for Launch.