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Techstars Boulder Announces Spring 2024 Cohort


Techstars Boulder, which reached the 20th edition of its program, announced the twelve companies joining the Spring 2024 cohort.

These include:

  • Butterflye (Denver, CO), which enables product teams to boost user engagement while gathering feedback through innovative communication channels.
  • Centinel (Chicago, IL), which enables people to get claims-free coverage for hard-to-insure risks for lives and businesses.
  • Croct, an all-in-one personalization platform that enables product and growth teams to manage content, create personalized experiences, run A/B tests, and analyze results in one place.
  • Fllite (Denver, CO), a private aviation data company that integrates supply and demand for the private aviation industry and travelers.
  • Intellectible (Austin, TX), which creates grants, RFPs & proposals via AI—handling everything from gathering sources to intelligent research and AI-driven writing to generate winning proposals in minutes.
  • IrisMed (Denver, CO), which minimizes revenue leakage and compliance risks for medical facilities and revenue cycle consultancies by creating a domain-specific AI to reduce coding errors, and manage claim denials at scale.
  • Knolly (Denver, CO), an AI-driven knowledge engine for the curious, allowing readers to have high-quality interaction with literature; books, authors, and characters.
  • Maiven Energy (Boulder, CO), an AI-powered virtual energy assistant that is rapidly decarbonizing residential building stock and increasing grid flexibility, helping utilities and governments meet energy program goals faster and at a reduced cost.
  • Moneiva (Omaha, NE), which empowers freight brokers with clear visibility and predictable control over accessorial charges, ensuring stable and reliable load lifecycle pricing.
  • TimeSentry (Brooklyn, NY), a cloud gateway to effortless timesheets and billing, designed for hourly professionals and powered by a comprehensive ecosystem of AI productivity tools.
  • Trusted Copy (Las Vegas, NV), a web-based tool that provides authentication for digital and printed documents, ensuring document origin and integrity. This process guarantees that documents are genuine and fraud-proof.
  • VeriFi (Houston, TX), which solves sustainable agriculture programs’ critical issues in credibility, profitability, and scale with its configurable farm-level data automation SaaS providing data sovereignty, validation, verification, analysis, and transaction.

The program, led by MD Malte Witt, as well as Kallie Beebe, Sayles Day, and Sylvia Bouloutas, will culminate with a Demo Day on June 6th, which will be held at the Boulder Theater.