Brooklyn has become a hotspot for startups, particularly those in the software industry. In this article, we’ll spotlight a handful of these new companies, all of which began in 2020 or later. From marine technology to internet marketing to developer tools, these startups showcase the diversity and innovation of Brooklyn’s budding software scene.
These startups not only contribute to the City’s economy, but also offer solutions that have the potential to make life better for people globally. They highlight the entrepreneurial spirit and creative ingenuity that have come to define Brooklyn as a hub for technology and innovation.
Let’s delve into these exciting companies and see what they have to offer.
Founded by Anthony DiMare and Charles Chiau, Bedrock Ocean Exploration harnesses technology for the exploration of the seafloor, ensuring safer operation with minimum environmental impact. Stay updated with their activities on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
Octane, founded by Ahmed Shalaby, Akash Khanolkar, and Dima Ivanyuk, provides businesses with a flexible pricing, metering, and billing solution. You can read more about them on their website or on LinkedIn.
Shipyard, founded by Benjamin De Groot and Peter Valdez, offers developers a platform to optimize their development process using ephemeral environments. Stay updated with their activities on Twitter.
HeyLayer is a decentralised platform created by Alla Koretsky, Gary Riger, and Marina Romashka. They offer API services to both blockchain and regular web developers. More details can be found on their website, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
Co-founded by Satoru Sasouzaki and Taishi Yamasaki, Waffle Journal is an app that brings families and friends closer by leveraging group journaling. Stay connected with them through Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
Founded by Anna Grosshans, Arielle Brown, and Jesse Link, Rella is a digital planning platform to help couples plan authentic weddings representative of their unique identities. This proactive solution is able to mitigate the overwhelming nature of wedding planning. Keep up with their progress on LinkedIn.
Each of these startups is a testament to the creativity, entrepreneurial spirit, and innovation of Brooklyn’s thriving software industry. Despite being new, they’re already leaving their marks in their respective industries, ushering in a new era of growth and development for Brooklyn and the nation as a whole.