Next week, TechCrunch is hosting Early Phase— a virtual bootcamp for founders to acquire the critical insight required to launch and scale their companies. Day one is everything about how-to’s. What about day 2? April 2 is the inaugural TC Early Stage Pitch-Off featuring 10 extraordinary early-stage start-ups.

The Pitch-Off is split into 2 sections. For the semifinals, each company will pitch for 5 minutes followed by a Q&A with our expert panel of judges. Inspect them out here, you might see some names you acknowledge. Three start-ups will make it into the final round– very same pitch however a new batch of judges with a much deeper Q&A.

We understand you are thrilled to see who has actually made it. Tune in on April 2 to see TC’s first Early Phase Pitch-Off event. Without more ado:

Session 1: 9:00 a.m.– 9:50 a.m. PDT

Clocr (Austin, Texas)– Clocr offers an all-in-one digital legacy preparation and disbursement platform backed by patent-pending security.

Crispify (Tel Aviv, Israel)– Crispify supplies air-quality monitoring and management services for mobility-as-a-service fleets like Uber, Avis and Zipcar.

Fitted (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)– Fitted is the ultimate closet management service. [Fitted] combines a membership laundry service with integrated innovation that assists metropolitan occupants find, tidy and donate their clothing.

hi.health (Vienna, Austria)– hi.health offers absolutely no friction funding for out-of-pocket health expenses, presently in Germany. The offering allows direct repayment services for pharmacies, medical product or services providers– where formerly the guaranteed individual needed to spend their own cash and after that declare repayment.

Pivot Market (Miami, Florida)– Pivot Market is a B2B marketplace where customer brand names get immediate circulation in physical stores. Brand name lease areas inside B&M stores and shops make money by managing those areas on behalf of the brands.

Session 2: 10:00 a.m.– 10:45 a.m. PDT

Quickly (Salt Lake City, Utah)– Quickly’s patent-pending cash flow algorithm automates investing from start to complete, with the very best mix of simplicity and wealth generation in a personal finance option. Soon operates across all assets from your checking account to your cost savings and more.

Nalagenetics (Singapore City, Singapore)– Nalagenetics designs and develops preemptive hereditary tests for establishing markets. By combining genetic, behavioral and medical information from clients, Nalagenetics develops localized risk-prediction designs for minorities, starting with Asian populations

The Last Gameboard (Stone, Colorado)– Gameboard is a video gaming gadget and platform that releases the power of digital media with tactile movements of physical video game pieces, developing a new genre of phygital gaming for tabletop fans.

Attention Quotientby Mindwell Labs (New York City, New York City)–Article curated by RJ Shara from Source. RJ Shara is a Bay Area Radio Host (Radio Jockey) who talks about the startup ecosystem – entrepreneurs, investments, policies and more on her show The Silicon Dreams. The show streams on Radio Zindagi 1170AM on Mondays from 3.30 PM to 4 PM.