The eight startup companies that were chosen, referred to as “Starters,” will commence their 12-week training program on February 16. Starters will be put through a formal Lean Startup curriculum and one-on-one mentoring from seasoned tech and business executives to flesh out their businesses. Successful applicants are given invaluable access to legal and financial resources, and plenty of networking opportunities.
Starter Studio has had more than three dozen startups participate in their intensive training program.
Companies selected for this cohort include:
Advancing Technologies: Advancing Technologies has created an innovative solution for contact sports, providing users real-time storable data for concussion detection, biometrics and performance/technique.
Big Box Of: If you shop local nationally, you can help more small businesses and have more to choose from. Big Box of helps you shop local, nationally.
ChangeMaker: Connects individuals to charitable causes they care about in a simple and meaningful way.
MouseMelon: Creates computer mice for disabled people, wounded veterans, gamers, and virtual reality users.
MoversAtlas: Helps people moving to unfamiliar areas of Florida get to know the neighborhood before they ever set foot on the ground.
Style Squad: A mobile application that helps users make decisions on outfits or potential purchases by crowdsourcing feedback from their peers.
SQYGL: A Multi-City Travel, Simplified. Style Squad: A mobile application that helps users make decisions on outfits or potential purchases by crowdsourcing feedback from their peers.
Zuke Music: Web and mobile application enabling better music creation, delivery, and consumption.
We wrote about Starter Studio first opening HERE.