StartEngine Launches New Class of 14 Startups

Los Angeles startup accelerator StartEngine has launched its third class, a new batch of fourteen startups which have set up shop in the incubator's Westwood Village space under the watchful eyes of Activision co-founder Howard Marks and investor Paul Kessler. According to StartEngine, the list of startups include (social marketplace for kids activities); Contur (email software client); DormInk (printer ink delivery); Enplug (interactive TV box); FitKit (subscription nutritional supplements); Flinja (job and internship marketplace); Hoonto (business dashboard); Motion Dispatch (video distribution); myRight (crowdsource legal content); (streaming music for retailers); Particle 5 (video revenue platform); Smilu (multiplayer game content); TheStyleClub (e-commerce fashion); and Where My Dogs AT (social networking/location-based deals for dog people).