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Three New Jersey startups will be competing at the Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber’s “Pitch Stop VI” next month for a prize package of professional services worth over $10,000. 

Tickets and sponsorships are now available for the Feb. 22 event, which will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton. Admission includes beer, wine, refreshments, networking opportunities and the chance to hear the pitches of the startup finalists and listen as they receive feedback from seasoned investors.  

The three startups and their products/services competing are: 

  • ByeByeCry, a sound machine engineered to soothe colicky and fussy infants by playing sounds designed to mimic the decibel level in the womb. This palm-size device is a recipient of the globally recognized Mom’s Choice award for family-friendly products. 
  • Embrace Tutoring and Educational Services, a premier tutoring and test prep organization headquartered in New Jersey and serving the entire country. Embrace specializes in academic planning and connects vetted, experienced tutors and advisers with students for one-to-one personalized lessons and in all academic subjects. 
  • Lambent Data, the developer of a collaborative and HIPAA-compliant software platform designed to align healthcare, families and social service providers to improve health outcomes at reduced costs. 

Judges for the event include James Howard, executive director of the Black Inventors Hall of Fame; Sean O’Sullivan, managing general partner of the venture capital firm SOSV; and David Stengle, founder of Startup Grind Princeton, part of a global organization that inspires, educates, and connects entrepreneurs in over 600 cities and 125 countries around the world.