Atlanta, GA-based Techstars Impact powered by Cox Enterprises announced the 2024 class.
This year’s cohort includes a wide range of companies focused on making positive impacts on underrepresented groups, underserved communities, and social responsibility.
The focus areas of the 2024 class include accessibility, women’s health, education, corporate impact, and social belonging and equity. These teams will now embark on a three-month rapid acceleration and growth journey for their businesses and themselves. A key cornerstone of the program is one-on-one mentorship provided by people from Cox Enterprises and the broader Techstars network. In addition to the thousands of hours of individualized support from mentors, the program will help with network-building, education, and opportunity creation.
This all culminates in the Techstars Impact Demo Day event on April 18. Demo Day is open to investors and supporters and is an opportunity for these companies to share their stories and progress in the program.
This year’s Techstars Impact Powered by Cox Enterprises class of 2024 includes:
- Auralyze.ai — Instant AI-generated admissions feedback for university applicants.
- CampusLush — Connecting students to campus resources, events, and communities.
- Candlelit Care — Transforming perinatal mental healthcare for women of color before, during, and after pregnancy.
- Corra — An all-in-one health journal for managing chronic conditions, tracking symptoms, and enhancing self-care.
- EmpowerU — Providing first-generation students with the resources they need to become college- and career-ready.
- GoodAction — A platform linking corporations and nonprofits, enhancing impact collaborations.
- LetMeDoIt — Empowering people with disabilities to make informed decisions, live confidently and independently.
- Running Mate — The first-ever “runshare” app, providing a safe alternative to running or walking alone.
- Soleil Space — The first streaming video platform for filmmakers of color across the Global South diasporas.
Since 2016, Techstars programs powered by Cox have helped launch more than 120 companies, with over half of the entire portfolio based in Atlanta. Collectively, the startups have raised more than $300M.