WTIA creates a cohort of 34 Washington startups, offering free business 101 education and mentorship


The Washington Technology Industry Association (WTIA) has released its the 34 startup companies from across the state who will be part of its eighth Cohort of Founders.

The six-month program is a virtual and cost-free for businesses. The WTIA does not accept any equity shares from the company This is in contrast to numerous other accelerators. For the startup to be considered, they require less than 1 million dollars in annual revenue and have at minimum, one product under the process of development.

The course will cover topics in business, including corporate governance, running an executive board and fundraising, as well as customer service.

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Participants also get 10,000 worth of Amazon Web Services (AWS) credits, as well as access to advisors and mentors in addition to other benefits.

The program begins this month and runs through February. The startups include:

  • Bio Fiber Industries
  • cavnessHR
  • Community Circle
  • Datafi
  • Drip7 Inc
  • Ellebit
  • Firstworkapp
  • FitForm Technologies
  • Future Gen
  • Gotara
  • Group B Labs
  • Hilico
  • IAccessible
  • Joola
  • Limis
  • Littlebird Connected Care
  • Loopr AI
  • Mile One
  • MindSage
  • MirrorCache
  • MODICA Microindustries
  • New Frontier Aerospace
  • NutriStyle
  • Plauzzable
  • Popins
  • Ravel Data
  • Roura
  • Task-K I
  • Thrivelution
  • Transalytics
  • VeriHash
  • ViddlAI
  • Watershed Therapeutics

The patrons of the eighth cohort include Fenwick & West, NowCFO, Madrona Venture Group, Clark Nuber, Morgan Stanley, Premera Blue Cross, Wilson Sonsini, Seed Intellectual Property and JP Morgan

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