Techstars Kansas City Announced 2018 Class

07/16/2018 | By Lesa Mitchell

This post originally appeared on blog.up.co


Techstars Kansas City is proud to welcome Techstars Class 137! This year’s class hails from three countries and includes six companies from the midwest. Although our companies come from many industries, they share in common that they are all solving problems to make the world as we know it more efficient and transparent. From making our water safer, our food safer, to solving the problem of payday loans right where they began -- in Kansas City. These ten companies will make a big impact on our city and our economy.

Techstars is the Worldwide Network that helps entrepreneurs succeed, and strong partners and incredible mentors help make this happen. We’re grateful for their support as well as the support from the broader global network.

We kick things off this week, and will conclude with an exciting Demo Day and conference in partnership with TechWeek October 11th.

We hope to see you there!

Without further ado, here are the 2018 Techstars KC companies:

Bellwethr automating forecasting bots for your business.

Daupler a first-response platform for the water industry.

EdSights helps universities measure and improve the student experience.

Noviqu is digitizing safety, training and maintenance in the manufacturing industry.

Qwyk is leading the path towards digitized international logistics interactions.

Reducing recovery times for occupational injuries through our digital assistant, SaRA.

Don't go alone. Go SoLo. A mobile lending exchange connecting lenders and borrowers.

Smart Diagnostics Systems detects pathogens in food 75% faster, 90% more accurate, while reducing costs by 50%.

Townfolio is a real-time analytics platform for local economies.

Wattbuy helping homeowners take charge of their electricity.

 


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