Crosscliq to debut its highly anticipated IQ NFC SAAS Platform at iMedia Next Wave Start-Up challenge

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Crossscliq is pleased to share they have been selected as one of the 30 companies from a pool of hundreds chosen to participate in Phase II of the 2nd Annual iMedia Next Wave Start-Up Challenge and Showcase.

Crosscliq has been identified by iMedia as a promising new startup that places print to mobile within reach of consumers and brands. Crosscliq’s IQ NFC platform is driven by unlimited possibilities and brings to market an innovative new consumer experience that delivers revolutionary and irresistible analytics to brands and advertisers.

The Competition

Voting occurs August 15-August 31 after which 12 finalists will have the opportunity to pitch to more than 300 digital marketing, venture capital, brand and agency elite during the iMedia Breakthrough Summit in October.

The Showcase will take place at the iMedia Breakthrough Summit in Lost Pines, TX just outside of Austin; considered to be one of the nation’s emerging innovation hubs.

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Crosscliq ( is a mobile technology company that leverages proprietary software to quickly deploy print-to-mobile and screen-to-mobile campaigns through NFC tags (passive and active) and QR codes. Our technology connects the physical world with the digital world allowing brands unprecedented access to their consumers because they are now able to communicate with them directly, one consumer at a time. As consumers interact with NFC tags, our platform simultaneously provides brands with valuable customer profiles, behaviours and purchasing habits, well beyond traditional measurements.

Crosscliq is partnered with North America’s top printers, paper providers, DOOH Display manufacturers, equipment manufacturers and global NFC semiconductor companies and has the resources and know-how to produce the most effective solutions utilizing NFC technology.

Crosscliq is currently working with engineers on custom read/write equipment that will encode tags at an unprecedented rate.