iPhone app WillCall allows users to find and purchase same day tickets for live events, for around 50 percent of the full price.
The Montréal International Jazz Festival featured Fontaine Naya, a water-bottle refilling service from Quebec-based Naya Waters.
Kindlegraph enables authors to send personalized, digital inscriptions, directly to the reading devices of their fans.
Aisle50 in the US aim to give customers one “exceedingly excellent” grocery deal every day.
Now in beta, Threedom is a downloadable interface from UK-based Ribot that bills itself as “the simple, three-button phone.”
Innovations and updates from businesses previously featured on Springwise
MoGro strives to offer a seamless investment process, making investment more accessible to the untrained masses.
Culture Kitchen in San Francisco connects local food lovers to immigrant women, to learn to cook authentic, ethnic cuisine from the “experts”.
Equilicuá’s Spud Raincoat is made from potato starch and impregnated with seeds, making it fully biodegradable, compostable and suitable for planting.
Californian start-up Revolights are planning to revolutionize safety for cyclists with their bike lighting system.
OneSeed Expeditions organize trekking holidays in South Asia, investing 10 percent of revenue with a microfinance partner to help local female entrepreneurs.
EduCare is donating a portion of the price of its online tutoring sessions toward making education more accessible to children in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
Dozuki enables any brand to create their own wiki-style repair manuals which can be improved over time, available to download as PDFs, online, or as an app.
Dustin McBride’s Zambikes has shipped over 9,000 steel bicycles and 250 bamboo bicycles from its warehouse facility in Zambia.
WeHab is a new platform from the University of Notre Dame that promises to turn Nintendo gaming technology into a customizable in-home recovery tool.
Snapette is a new location-based fashion app enabling users to “share and discover the hottest shoes and bags” from anywhere in the world.
1dollarscan.com in the US offer a scanning service for documents, books, business cards and photos using a low-cost model, with orders starting from $1.
Based in Los Angeles, the Do Good Bus invites volunteers on regular rides to undisclosed locations to work with them there to do good.
Parking Auction have introduced an auction style web app to combat the wasted time and fuel spent looking for available parking spots in Manhattan’s Upper West Side.
The Vinci Tab is an Android tablet with 7-inch touchscreen and a raft of features to keep kids aged 4 and under safe and entertained.
Ford have launched an innovative way to test drive the 2012 Ford Focus in order to boost their social media presence.
A new tent design from Denver-based Redverz Gear provides an enclosed space in the tent to keep motorcycles safe and secure.