BOULDER — The Boomtown accelerator will graduate 10 more startups on April 13, including the first four to ever take part in its Healthtech track.
Boomtown unveiled the 10 companies on Wednesday.
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The April 13 demo day at the Boulder Theater will mark Boomtown’s fifth since being founded in 2014.
Most of the accelerator’s graduates have been Internet and mobile companies so far. Boomtown announced last fall that it was adding the healthtech track, partnering with Colorado Permanente Medical Group to nurture startups that are aiming to transform various aspects of health care with technology.
Boomtown offers startups $20,000 in seed money and a 12-week mentorship program in exchange for a 6 percent equity stake. The program concludes with demo day pitches to investors and members of the community.
The six companies currently going through Boomtown’s Internet and mobile track include:
McSquares, Broomfield: Makes handheld, interactive whiteboards that can be used individually or snap together to create larger, collaborative displays.
MaaxMarket, Boulder: Provides an artificial intelligence platform that automates various marketing efforts for small businesses, including email marketing, social media and website visitor tracking.
Fanzee, Denver: Makes a content-management platform that helps create, distribute and track marketing content through social media influencers.
FansUnite: Provides big data and analytics for the online gaming industry.
Caliber: Makes software that provides business-to-business companies with personality insights on their buyers to improve marketing and increase sales.
Spiffly: A B2B platform designed for the natural and organic food industry.
The four startups participating in Boomtown’s Colorado Healthtech accelerator include:
Mindful Labs: Makes a tool to track and reduce stress levels through monthly hair-sample analysis coupled with a mindfulness app that provides users with stress-management techniques.
Patientory, Atlanta: A platform at enables patients to create their own health-history data archive, gain access to data from physicians and insurers, and socially engage with other users about health information and experience.
VisibleHand: Makes a mobile software solution that empowers direct-care staff to improve patient outcomes by tracking guided observations and patient-centered best practices.
Agathos: Provides physicians with insight on treatment cost, prognosis and treatment results from other physicians, performance statistics and peer evaluations.