Meet the TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2014 Winner – Alfred

This year TechCrunch held their annual conference in San Francisco (there is also a Disrupt NYC) and picked a winner from 26 “Battlefield” companies. The winner walks away with a check for $50,000 and the everlasting glow that comes from winning Disrupt.

Alfred Club

The winner this year is Alfred (www.alfred.club or www.alfredclub.com) another startup with a great use for a .CLUB domain and a service that is definitely needed IMO. Think of all the awesome services that have disrupted industries and allowed you to do just about everything from your smart phone. What if all those services were bundled together into a kind of virtual robot named, Alfred.

By joining the Alfred club you essentially get your own personal assistant that takes care of your errands so that you can do all the things you probably want to be doing. As someone that does as much as possible online I’m excited to give Alfred a try!

If you want to learn more about the service make sure to check-out the video below:

 

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  • Acro September 10, 2014, 10:25 pm

    Call me picky, but since they use the (R) symbol on their web site, I found there is no registered trademark for “Alfred” at the USPTO – except, for one that belongs to a British company that operates from AlfredApp .com and creates mac apps for OSX. It seems that the winners will have to change their name.

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