Sourcebits Recap

Sourcebits' year recap.

When working with Milla Jojovich is just one of your highlights since January, you know it’s been a good year so far. We’re fortunate to work with some amazing clients, projects, and events here at Sourcebits. As we head into Spring, here’s a quick recap of some of the highlights from this year so far:

We started working with Milla Jovovich on a new project.

Our client Social Parent was one of only 40 companies to demo on the LAUNCH Festival stage, and took top honors at #1 on the Investment Leaderboard at the event.

Instaplayer was invited to demo at LAUNCH and given a 50 foot long wall in the middle of the event space to project a live demo of their product.

NDTV Gadgets hit #1 in News Apps and #5 in all free apps on the App Store

ChariTra, a product we built in conjunction with our client, SAP, was mentioned in a Harvard Business Review article about SAP’s innovation process.

Mobeam, which allows regular 2-D barcodes to be used on phones and scanned by standard laser scanners, secured a launch with Samsung’s hottest new phone, the Galaxy S4.

Sourcebits and Zynga were named as the two gaming industry leaders in the most recent World Startup Report”

We built the world’s first live Crowdfunding app, which went live in front of more than 6,000 people at the 2013 LAUNCH Festival. The app got a funding commitment every 20 seconds during the Festival and funding interest of more than $12 million was generated via the app. Less than a month after the event three companies have already confirmed that they’re closing rounds with commitments generated directly through the application. Sourcebits was mentioned in the Wall Street Journal and Venture Beat regarding the app.

Sourcebits landed in the top spot in Sourcingline Mobile Developer Leader’s Matrix

We were interviewed on CBC national radio about the Blackberry 10 launch–we come in at about the 8 minute mark.

Dhingana won the BGR App Shoot Out.

We opened a Business Development partnership in Mexico City

We released Robokill 2 and it promptly cracked the Top 50

Sourcebits was nominated for a prestigious World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer Award.

It’s been a busy start to the year, and we’re looking forward to seeing what the rest of the year brings.