Techstars Boulder Announces Startups Chosen for 2020 Accelerator Program

Ellen Glover
January 28, 2020
Techstars Boulder Announces Startups Chosen for 2020 Accelerator Program
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Techstars Boulder just announced the nine startups that will be participating in its 2020 accelerator program

Members of this year’s class hail from Colorado, Oregon, Illinois, California, Montana, Mexico and Utah. They will spend the next three months working to better understand their customers and the problems their products can help solve, in addition to getting mentorship and guidance from the more than 400 investors involved in the program, according to Natty Zola, Techstars Boulder's managing director. Finally, the startups will present on a demo day on April 21. 

“Our mentor pool is as strong as ever and continues to be the key ingredient to the companies’ success in the program,” Zola said in a statement. “We’re very grateful to have so many successful entrepreneurs, investors and subject matter experts share their expertise and wisdom with the companies.”

This is Boulder’s fourteenth class since Techstars launched in the city in 2007. Since then, more than 140 companies have graduated, raising more than $1.2 billion and creating thousands of jobs, according to the announcement. 

The 2020 class is listed below. Descriptions were provided by Techstars but have been edited for length and clarity:

  1. BeanstalkA platform that offers on-demand “mommy and me” classes.

  2. CharmedA dating advice app allowing friends to provide message suggestions.

  3. Demoflow: A demo enablement platform to streamline prep, presentation, follow-up and documentation across sales organizations.

  4. FITcoA growth catalyst solution for fitness centers in Latin America.

  5. TermScoutA data-driven platform that reads and summarizes third-party contracts so users make smarter decisions.

  6. The Accessory JunkieAn e-commerce platform for women’s accessories.

  7. SympaticA platform that helps health care companies share valuable data safely.

  8. VideoPeelA platform that enables companies to collect and publish customer testimony, reviews and other user generated videos.

  9. WarmlyA platform where vetted, curated professionals can network.

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