Techstars selected 10 startups for the second cohort of its new Tel Aviv accelerator, tapping companies working on technologies for a post-COVID world, the global network indicated this week.
The program will run for 13 weeks, from April 4 to Demo Day on July 1, 2021. The startups, selected from hundreds of applicants, are set to receive investments of up to $120,000 each, hands-on consulting from world-renowned mentors, and access to Techstars’ global network of business professionals, industry leaders and investors.
The Techstars Tel Aviv Accelerator is run by entrepreneur and Techstars Israel Managing-Director Hila Ovil-Brenner, also the head of Yazamiyot, Israel’s largest community for female entrepreneurs. Ovil-Brenner also leads the Barclays Accelerator powered by Techstars.
“After carefully choosing the cohort participants from numerous applications of intriguing technology companies, we look forward to working with them on realizing their potential to become the next industry leaders. Techstars will offer them 13 weeks of challenges, compelling experiences, professional know-how, and most importantly, a giant leap forward in their respective fields,” she said in a statement.
The 10 companies taking part in the accelerator are:
- 3Chron – a Tel Aviv startup that developed an online tool to address “Zoom fatigue” and help people communicate more naturally online by using 3D video.
- Gorilla Link – a Tel Aviv startip that offers a full technology stack to help develop, deploy, and manage satellite IoT projects.
- Heex Technologies – a Paris-based company that offers a cloud-based collaboration software tool focusing on Smart Data management in autonomous driving.
- Immagnify – a Tel Aviv-based startup that develops automated lead sourcing for sales teams.
- IndieFlow – an Israeli startup that developed a centralized platform to manage music industry workflows and streamline the major building blocks of an artist’s career.
- It’s July – a Tel Aviv startup that offers a community-based travel platform for families that combines local knowledge with meta-search capabilities, creating a personalized curated travel guide.
- Keese – an Israeli startup that provides both financial organization and financial tools for expatriates with multiple incomes and expenses across the world.
- MakeTuto – a Tel Aviv startup that enables companies to create step-by-step interactive tutorials to help teach their customers how to use their products.
- Radd – a Haifa-based startup that offers a video-based e-commerce experience to connect online customers with their desired products.
- Snapland – a Tel Aviv-based startup developing a personalized real estate investment search engine to detect potential projects via analyzed data and predictive analytics.