Jooki - Finalist at CES 2017 TechStars Startup Stage

Fun in the Healthcare & Lifestyle track

The 2017 Startup Stage will provide startups with a place to meet other entrepreneurs, investors, executives, media, as well as Techstars staff and alumni. Startup Stage also will provide entrepreneurs with the opportunity to learn:

  •   Fundraising: From Angel to Series A
  •   How to find the path to market
  •   From experts about IoT, VR, robotics and healthcare

In addition to enabling entrepreneurs by providing an opportunity to network and build business relationships at CES, the Startup Stage program will feature Techstars’ annual pitch competition. The competition gives startups the opportunity to pitch their business to a panel of iconic entrepreneurs and win prizes.

Techstars executives will be participating in a variety of panels on the Startup Stage. Jenny Fielding, managing director for Techstars IoT, will lead a panel on the Internet of Things. Cody Simms, executive director of Techstars, will participate in a panel to talk about VC fundraising. Matt Kozlov, managing director of Techstars Healthcare, in partnership with Cedars Sinai, will participate on a healthcare focused panel. Ryan Kuder, managing director, will speak about VR and robotics. Ryan Brosher, managing director for Techstars Retail, in partnership with Target, will be hosting a panel on distribution channels.


About Jooki

About MuuseLabs

MuuseLabs, the Belgian startup behind Jooki, has been founded in October 2014 by three geek dads, formerly with Google, Huawei and Barco. After a successful Kickstarter campaign in 2016, MuuseLabs has been awarded Best in Family Tech at CES 2017. Funded by ST’ART invest, CoFoundry, Brustart, the company is also advised by Alan Munn – former SVP, Hasbro and former CEO, Tomy Europe & Michel Tombroff – former CEO of SoftKinetic.
With their mix of technology and design skills and their love for music and kids, the 3 co-founders of MuuseLabs aim to radically improve the music experience of kids in the 21st century.