Bloom Technologies, founded in 2014, has developed prenatal technology and put it at the fingertips of expectant moms.
The San Francisco-based startup created a wearable device that syncs with a smartphone and allows women to measure the frequency, duration, and intensity of contractions.
Giroptic, based in Lille, France, is the third finalist. It created a 360-degree camera that can record full spherical images and videos and will work with any virtual reality platform.
The three finalists will pitch to Branson, along with Google Maps co-inventor Lars Rasmussen and Samsung Electronics President Young Sohn, on February 10.
The winner will be picked that same day. All three companies will get the same prize package: mentoring from top entrepreneurs, tech and infrastructure support from IBM(IBM) and Amazon(AMZN), and the potential to raise new funding from investors at Necker Island.
However, the winner gets the bragging rights and an opportunity to be invited back to Necker Island and schmooze with Richard Branson next year.
CNNMoney (New York) First published January 14, 2016: 2:28 PM ET