Top 6 start-ups

Six start-up finalists of Scrum7 have been selected by the Capgemini Applied Innovation Exchange ecosystem experts. These 6 start-ups have also spent time interacting and working with the University rugby teams and their coaches, in order to apply and demonstrate what their start-up brings to the game of rugby.

These six, three each in the categories of Performance & Experience will have a final face-off  to win the Top 2 spots at VivaTech, Paris, May 24-26


SportEasy is a web & mobile application to manage sports teams or organize games & practices.


Kadho Sports combines science and technology to improve athletes’ gameday performance. Their neurosceince-based technology helps athletes make faster, accurate decisions.



Ayo is a light-based, energy-boosting wearable that beats jet lag, improves sleep and increases energy levels while boosting performance.


Pop’n link introduces a new way to use smartphones. Thanks to its POP, an innovate device distinguished by the Innovation Award at CES Las Vegas 2017, pop’n link provides customers access to contextual services and content, without downloading any specific app neither sharing any login or personal data. By just holding a smartphone on a POP for a few seconds, user is instantaneously offered a new universe of digital services tailored and related to the POP location.

 Blippar provides business tools & solutions using world-leading augmented reality, computer vision, artificial intelligence & visual search technologies.

Spalk powers sports commentary. It’s Live-Sync technology plugs directly into a broadcasters existing live-streaming platform and allows them to offer multiple commentary options for their fans. Fans can pick a preferred commentator based on their language, style or preferences.