A month after TechCrunch watched, shall consider and parsed the startups from Techstars’ April batch of virtual demo days, we’re back with the helpful May edition.
Over the past few dates, TechCrunch has been catching up by watching the shared video pitchings from the five presenting demo courses, including the Lisbon demo day, its Seattle batch, the Los Angeles-based music-focused group, the Air Force-sponsored accelerator and the Cox Enterprises Social Impact Accelerator Powered by Techstars.
We’ve also included links to the pitch sheets themselves, so you can take a peek and vet the brand-new firms for yourself. The lists are 😛 TAGEND
Social significance Lisbon Seattle Music Air Force
As before, we’re narrowing from a half dozen to around 10 corporations in the two groups; what follows is our absolutely unscientific opinion.
” If you’re going to make a diverse world a better place, it starts with diverse trailblazers ,” said Barry Givens, the managing director of the Cox Enterprises Social Impact Accelerator powered by Techstars, as he kicked off the new accelerator’s firstly demo day.
Launched in January 2020, the three-month-long program included a company creating supply chain management and distribution works for biomass-to-energy and waste-to-energy organizations; a company trying to create a better process for hiring diverse hires; and a virtual reality company render minors be made available to exclusive material and tools to develop their own VR knowledge. All of the companies had built interesting, early businesses, but our favorites were those affording college student with access and rolls of available resources and a company that’s composed an app for belief math through music:
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