5 startups complete our 5th Accelerator program

August 13, 2017 by Lee Erickson

Five new startups joined the 26 others who have successfully completed our 10-week Accelerator program. This group was the most diverse group of participants to date. Founders included 5 community members, 2 Penn State staff, and 1 student.

The five start-ups that completed the 10-week program this summer included:

Ardor & Forge — Versatile watches that are rugged enough to wear for outdoor activities but appropriate for work and social environments as well.

BOSS Healthy Journey — An individualized daily workout and diet management mobile app that helps individuals who desire to lose 50 or more pounds to begin and maintain an exercise routine.

Embrace the Space — High visibility products for cyclists that increase rider safety and driver awareness. Embrace the Space aims to cultivate a healthier relationship between cyclists and motor vehicles through its products and education.

Node Farms — An online platform that facilitates the sale and delivery of local farmers’ market goods.

Sleuth Tiny Homes — Customized tiny homes for those dissatisfied with conventional housing options.

We can’t wait to see what they will accomplish next.

We're looking for serious entrepreneurs who are ready to build and grow startups.