Fulcrum Venture Accelerator Unveils the Next Generation of Innovative Startups in Its Sixth Cohort

After a rigorous selection process that involved reviewing hundreds of companies, Fulcrum Venture Accelerator, the startup accelerator empowering mission-driven entrepreneurs, has handpicked its sixth cohort of promising companies, all set to graduate in June 2023. 

"Our cohort companies are selected based on the founder and potential to make a positive impact," said Fulcrum CEO Will Sacks "We are excited by these visionary founders and their ability to build scalable companies that make a difference." 

Fulcrum, whose successful alumni have raised more than $40 million, adopts a unique approach by identifying promising startups and founders at an early stage and facilitating seed capital to help them elevate their ventures. Notable graduates like NoriPlannery, and Expectful have either raised subsequent funding rounds or been acquired. 

Fulcrum is proud to announce the companies in its sixth cohort

Monittor — Monetize OEM equipment for life (CEO Noemi Kis)

BaKIT Box — Global adventures for curious young bakers (CEO Shelley Gupta)

Solatix — The first ethical, all-in-one web3 restaurant tech platform (CEO Matthew Murphy)

Rutabaga — Fast & efficient product development as a service (CEO Dwayne King)

Skoolspot — Safer staffing platform for international schools (CEO Ash Pugh)

Victa — Gamified running with tangible results (CEO Aleksander Karbankov)

Byt.io — No-code web3 development platform (CEO Kaleb Phillips)

FirstHX — Efficient patient onboarding for improved outcomes (CEO Chris O'Connor)

Crowdsolve — The pre-accelerator to fix climate change (CEO Tim Wolters)

Digital Gaia — AI-powered planning for sustainable agriculture (CEO Ned Harvey)

Beaker Health — Crowdsourced continuing education platform for healthcare (CEO Jerrod Jeffries)

Offer1 — A better residential real estate offer process (CEO Steve Brant)

Sang Cash — Paying songwriters on time, finally (CEO Stephen DeGrazia)

Sacks, who previously founded women's health platform Kindara (acquired in 2018), founded Fulcrum Venture Accelerator in 2019 after he got tired of seeing promising startups fail at the pre-seed and seed stage. Fulcrum runs an extremely selective online program for entrepreneurs to fill this gap and take companies from pre-seed to a successful seed round. 

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

What is Fundraising Mastery?

Fundraising Mastery is a 90-day, fundraising accelerator program that is focused on equipping founders with the skills, mindset, strategy, and pipeline to confidently raise their next round of funding. Fulcrum has worked with more than 90 promising young companies, and founders using the Fulcrum process have raised in excess of $40 million in pre-seed and seed funding.

Fulcrum Venture Accelerator

Formerly known as GetFunded, Fulcrum Venture Accelerator was founded by serial entrepreneur Will Sacks after successfully raising funds for women's health platform Kindara (since acquired). 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. 

Source: Fulcrum Venture Accelerator