The Iowa Go-To-Market (G2M) Accelerator has announced the three startups that will participate in its fourth cohort.
The following companies have been accepted into the fourth G2M cohort:
- Hexcrete (Ames) — Hexcrete makes harvesting wind energy possible where the demand is high by increasing the hub height of today’s towers by mounting them on a universal platform, reducing the cost of energy for wind farm developers and consumers.
- eLegalls (Ames) — eLegalls automates case assessment and case research for lawyers and equips them with legal analytics to solve their challenges in seconds.
- Farmers and Robots (Dubuque) — Farms and Robots aims to expand the production of food for human consumption in the Midwest by making advanced automation affordable and accessible to family farms.
“We are pleased to see the continuing flow of companies into the G2M program,” said Peter Hong, director of the ISU Startup Factory in a release. “This fourth G2M cohort represents scalable business startups who have gone through the ISU Startup Factory. While G2M is not limited to only ISU SUF graduates, the latest cohort members chose the G2M accelerator as a continuation of the customized mentoring and business development approach they received in the ISU Startup Factory program to help them along the path to commercialization.”
The G2M Accelerator now offers three start dates each year. Registration is now open for the fifth cohort set to begin in May.
The descriptions of the companies listed above were provided by Iowa G2M Accelerator.