Snaplytics

Snaplytics is a Snapchat analytics company. Hot Tomato is introducing the Danish company to the US and the European markets, launching their new features and solutions for marketing and advertising media as well as business and general tech readers.

Smartx

Hot Tomato launched this tech toy company with its amazing Galaxy ZEGA game for the holidays in 2016. Reviewers love the game and with some great reviews and product stories, the game is positioned to be a top new toy for the season.

Argus Insights

Argus Insights is a one-of-a-kind market research firm which uses consumer reviews and social comments to assess how companies IoT and smart home products are being accepted in the market. Since starting to work with the company, Argus Insights publishes one report monthly with fresh data on a range of relevant topics. Media interest is extremely high with coverage appearing in dozens of top business and tech trade outlets with hundreds of articles over the past year.

GYENNO

GYENNO creates a smart spoon that counteracts the tremors of Parkinson’s and other conditions. They also have a smart cup and smartwatch. We introduced this Chinese company at CES 2016. Coverage appeared in MobiHealthNews, PSFK, iDigital Times, Motherboard, TechCrunch, Tom’s Hardware, Daily Mail and more.

OROS Apparel

We worked on two extremely successful Kickstarter campaigns for this space-age jacket. Using a NASA-developed aerogel lining, the jacket proved very popular – raising more than $350,000 on its crowdfunding campaign. Coverage appeared in Popular Science, Tech Insider, Digital Trends, Observer, Gizmodo and more.

YONO Labs

We introduced this in-ear wearable’s Indiegogo campaign. YONO determines  a woman’s temperature and fertility. The product gained media attention in such outlets as Cult of Mac, Cool Mom Tech, Cool Wearable, The Next Web, Digital Trends and Good Morning America (National TV broadcast).

Zum

We announced this ride and care service for kids to the Bay Area and the country. The company provides highly screened childcare provider/drivers for kids 5-15. Where competitor Shuddle failed, Zum took over. Their story appeared in New York Times, Tech Insider, Fast Company, Mashable, SilconBeat, and more.

suitX

Hot Tomato Marketing launched the suitX award-winning Pheonix exoskeleton that helps disabled people walk again. Articles appeared in MIT Review, Popular Mechanics, Discovery News, Digital Trends, EnGadget and healthline, while video coverage appeared on BBC, CNET, Business Insider and TV stations around the country.

Lucid VR

We launched Lucid VR’s 180-degree virtual reality camera for the masses with a fully-funded Indiegogo campaign. Stand-out reviews appeared in Washington Post, TechCrunch, Tom’s Hardware, VentureBeat, PC Magazine, Road to VR and more.

Weathermob

We re-introduced the crowdsourced weather forecasting app Weathermob and achieved exposure in  TechCrunch, ZDNet, VentureBeat, Mashable and many review sites.