Fulcrum Venture Accelerator Announces Its Fifth Cohort of Groundbreaking Companies

After sifting through hundreds of startups, Fulcrum announces the 18 young tech companies that were chosen to participate in its latest accelerator program

After reviewing hundreds of startups, Fulcrum Venture Accelerator, the startup accelerator for mission-driven entrepreneurs, today announced its fifth cohort of promising young companies set to graduate in March 2023. 

"We select companies based on their market potential and likelihood to make a positive impact on our world," said Fulcrum CEO Will Sacks. "After spending time with these founders, we're extremely excited about their ability to translate big visions into big results, and we're excited to be working with them in our program." 

Fulcrum, whose alumni have recently announced multimillion-dollar financings, takes an innovative approach to its accelerator program, focusing on identifying exciting startups and founders early, and helping them raise seed capital to take their ventures to the next level. Alumni like NoriPlanneryExpectful and others have gone on to raise future rounds or get acquired. 

List of companies in Fulcrum's fifth cohort: 

Vouchery — AI-powered promotion infrastructure for brands (CEO Ewelina Robaczek)

Quanta — Financial hedging for everyone (CEO Mac Stockdale)

Sangria — A new way to buy and sell SAAS (CEO Steve Dickerman)

ClearCOGS — The AI operating system for restaurants (CEO Matt Wampler)

Bluebinder — The first collaborative bank for seniors and their families (CEO Liesl Leach

Soula Care — A doula in your hands (CEO Natalia Miranchuk)

Tricorder — Bringing the handheld Tricorder to life (CEO Marcus Soori)

Alpha Coach — Your personalized online fitness coach (CEO Ketan Mavinkurve)

Becco Retail — Perfect customer service for retail (CEO Stuart Silervman)

MD Liaison — Performance medical sales on demand (CEO Cherese Paloni)

Xplorazzi — High-performance retail through AI visualization (CEO Pranabesh Dash)

Foodi — Easy online menus for all (CEO Benjamin Fisher)

Roadmap — A hiring platform for the future of work (CEO Malinda Coler)

Madronus — Easy at-home wildfire mitigation (CEO Ivan O'Neill)

Smart Response — AI-enabled first response (CEO Roger Mann)

Aqua Alarm — Safer water for all (CEO Hasse Storebakken)

Ursamin — Your family's health records in one app (CEO Shannon Aylesworth)

Dapper Care — Healthcare reimagined through telehealth (CEO David Pachkofsky)

Sacks, who previously founded women's health platform Kindara (acquired in 2018), founded Fulcrum Venture Accelerator in 2019. Fulcrum runs an extremely selective online program for entrepreneurs. 

Sacks says founders from around the world who need to raise seed financing should consider applying for Fulcrum's accelerator program. Applications for the next cohort are now open.

Fulcrum Venture Accelerator

Fulcrum Venture Accelerator's mission is to help human potential flourish by identifying the most promising entrepreneurs working on impactful startups, and leading them through an intensive process of fundraising development so they close seed financing. Fulcrum has worked with more than 75 promising young companies since 2019, and alumni using the Fulcrum process have raised in excess of $35 million in pre-seed and seed funding.

Source: Fulcrum Venture Accelerator

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