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Adyn is a precision medicine company that develops personalized birth control methods. It provides medically actionable scientific insights and empowers individuals to proactively optimize their health—from birth control to fertility and beyond. The company's first product, the Birth Control Optimization Test, is an at-home kit enabling users to collect both saliva and finger prick samples to measure hormone baseline levels and aims to assess genetic risk for blood clots and depression. Adyn's technology then synthesizes a medical biography with side effect profiles of estrogens and progestins used in hormonal contraception. Elizabeth Ruzzo headquartered the company in Seattle, Washington in 2019 and is backed by Lux Capital, M13, Civilization Ventures, Concrete Rose Capital, Y Combinator, Madrona Pioneer Fund, and Ascend VC.
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Bootup helps companies fill their talent gaps by tapping into the fastest growing tech talent pool - the bootcamp and vocational training school market. We help entry level candidates and companies find the right fit to build successful long term relationships through our matching algorithms, employer sponsored certifications, and concierge service. We also work directly with bootcamps to help them increase their cohort sizes, while improving placement rates with our candidate management software. Our work has already had a positive impact on our bootcamp and employer partners, helping increase headcount and improve placement rates.
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CareCar is a healthcare service and technology platform that connects payers, caregivers, and members. The company provides benefits management to health plan members focusing on in-home care and non-emergent medical transport benefits. CareCar was founded in September 2017 by Joshua Itano and is based in Denver, Colorado, United States.
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Provider of an online video coaching platform intended to foster teacher growth to impact student achievement. The company's platform helps teachers to receive coaching on teaching, share game tapes with their instructional coaches, get personalized feedback and grow teaching practice, enabling the student to have access to a highly effective teacher. The company was founded in 2013 and headquartered in Virginia, United States.
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Encantos is an award-winning online platform connecting kids with the world's best storyteachers to teach them 21st century skills. Encantos has received numerous industry awards and accolades from the AP, ASU GSV, CNN, Common Sense Media, Forbes, Kidscreen, Kirkus Reviews, NBC News, The New York Times, NPR, Parents Magazine, Publishers Weekly, Romper, School Library Journal, Univision and USA Today.
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Esusu is the leading financial technology platform that leverages data solutions to empower tenants and improve property performance. Esusu’s rent reporting platform captures rental payment data and reports it into the credit bureaus, enabling tenants to build credit while helping property owners increase revenue, lower evictions, and fill vacancies. Esusu’s renter ecosystem covers over 500,000 units in 35 states across the United States. Learn more at www.esusurent.com and follow us on Facebook @myesusu and on Twitter @getesusu.
Ecommerce & Marketplace
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Forum Brands is a provider of a data-driven Amazon business acquisition platform. Forum provides a platform that merges proprietary technology with deep e-commerce and consumer investing knowledge to identify, acquire and scale third-party Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) businesses into household brands.
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Gro Intelligence is a Kenya-born company that provides builds technologies to avail companies of climate and agricultural data intended to bridge the data gaps across global agriculture and offer predictive analytics on plant and yield. The company's platform utilizes artificial intelligence to collect and synthesize a large number of agricultural data points from disparate and often previously unavailable sources, enabling users to get a clear, comprehensive and timely picture of the factors influencing various agricultural commodities. Gro Intelligence sources information from proprietary, public, and private sources including self-provided data, then delivers it t o its users through APIs models, platforms, applications, and working documents.