Rendever was recently accepted to join the fourth cohort of TiE ScaleUp, an accelerator with a global network focused on helping younger companies quickly scale their reach and impact. Our team is so excited to start working with the amazing mentors that drive this network. Read the news from AmericanInno below, or read the feature directly here.
15 Startups Selected for the TiE ScaleUp Fourth Cohort
TiE Boston, the local chapter of the global nonprofit organization fostering entrepreneurship, has recently announced the startups that have been selected for the fourth edition of its accelerator program ScaleUp.
The goal of the program is to help growth stage companies overcome common obstacles and barriers to scale, as well as to equip them with the resources and the connections to raise their next capital. So it does not come as a surprise that some of the startups accepted in the program sound already familiar. Rendever, for example, presented at the MIT $100K competition early this year and Spiro Technologies announced its $3 million seed round led by Geekdom Fund in early October.
The five-month accelerator, which is free for admitted companies, consists of sessions with professors and serial entrepreneurs, C-Suite roundtables, mentoring and opportunities to connect with representatives from angel groups and VC firms in the New England area.
Here are 15 ventures that are in the fourth edition of the program:
Hey, Charlie is a behavioral modification platform that focuses on environmental triggers for individuals in recovery from opioid addiction. Contact: Emily Lindemer.
Medumo sends timely, turn-by-turn digital instructions based on clinical algorithms to support patients throughout their care. Contact: Adeel Yang.
MOND Agile Platform is the best in class, single cloud-based platform to build, integrate and deploy complete enterprise applications. Contact: Geetha Sreedhar.
PlenOptika increases access to eyeglasses for billions worldwide with its product, QuickSee, which provides accurate eyeglass exams in 10 seconds. Contact: Shivang R. Dave.
Democratizing data-driven learning worldwide with mobile rapid feedback tools coupled to a global crowd-sourced question bank platform. Contact: Isaac Van Wesep.
Rendever provides senior living communities with a turnkey virtual reality platform to promote cognitive, emotional, and social well-being. Contact: Kyle Rand.
Savory Living delivers an online program for nutrition + food skills to take charge of your health and turn healthy eating into an enjoyable lifestyle. Contact: Sue R. Levy.
SaaS for commercial airlines interested in growing revenue by monetizing excess belly capacity under the wings by transporting goods/cargo. Contact: Milind Tavshikar.
Solchroma Technologies is producing the most vivid, full-color, reflective digital signs to disrupt the $13 billion outdoor advertising market. Contact: Matt Aprea.
Solstice radically expands access to clean energy by providing community-shared solar power to American households. Contact: Sandhya Murali.
Spiro is a self-writing CRM that automatically updates itself and helps salespeople focus on selling. Contact: Adam Honig.
True Impact measures the social impact of philanthropic investments for donors and charities to demonstrate success and drive improvement. Contact: Farron Levy.
Vinylmint is a marketplace that connects video producers to an award-winning community of musicians and voice actors to create custom sounds. Contact: Byron Morgan.
VRHealth develops breakthrough medical solutions using VR (Virtual Reality) environments to deliver real-time data analytics that benefit patients, clinicians, and other healthcare professionals, at clinics and at home. Their flagship product – VRPhysioTM – leverages Virtual Reality for enhancing physical therapy and is the first VR-based medical device for physical therapy authorized by the FDA. Contact: Maya Bein-Nachal.
XCube provides a scalable infrastructure that automates much of the testing and training process for machine learning algorithms. Their StreamX system provides an integral part of the software which one day will underlie fleets of autonomous vehicles. Contact: Shantanu Jha.