VCs and angels sat at tables, and startups signed up ahead of time for a five-minute sit-down with these investors, who are always looking for good companies and deal flow.

When the buzzer sounded, the startups moved on to their next meeting or networked with each other.

VOOM Carpool discovers trips planned by friends, notifies other friends and facilitates the carpool creation process.

Both Android and Apple apps are being planned for September 2015.

Hatchery founder Yao Huang weighed in on the day, saying that she thought it had gone well.

The purpose of Hatch Match, she said, is “to give the larger masses of entrepreneurs an even playing level to access investors. It gives founders a taste of what to expect with investors and also to access those who may not be easily reached.” The Hatchery also wants to “train startup founders to be concise in describing the real value of their companies with the shorter meetings,” she added.

The company came to Hatch Match NJ looking for a seed round.

“We’ve found that the closer we get to the launch of our MVP, the more interested investors become,” Weiss told us.Juice for Us – Juices & Smoothies Mary’s Place by the Sea — Vegan cookbook Living Fully Well — Essential oils Nature Has Flavor — Cooking kit, cookbook, and catering neoliv Foods — Nutrient-rich, fiber-rich, and antioxidant-rich super-food Chocolith chocolate balls Nitro Beverage Co.— Artisanal coffees, teas, lemonade, & kombuchas on tap Samosa Shack — Handmade samosas and other Indian-ish vegan and vegetarian street eats Sloppiest Joe — Vegan Sloppy Joes that taste like the real thing Teeminder — “Life’s Reminders Down To a Tee” Untamed Hearts — Beautiful and meaningful jewelry injected with the energy of love, protection, and healing.Try Vegan — Food truck with Portobello burgers, smoothies, and more.“I already have relationships with some of the investors here, so I used this opportunity to say hello to them. We are doing a relatively small round of 0,000, and I have already raised half of it so far.” Carrol Barash, founder and CEO of Story2.com, is from South Orange.She is a typical example of a New Jersey entrepreneur whose business is based in New York City’s “Silicon Alley.” Story 2 teaches people how to tell their stories out loud and how to use the neuroscience of aural storytelling to improve their writing.Joshua Weiss, CEO of Teli App (Linden), pitched a service called “Follow Us,” a foot traffic generator for small businesses.