One-third of latest “Techstars Austin Accelerator” start-ups are from Chattanooga

Three of the nine start-ups selected for the latest “Techstars Austin Accelerator” are from Chattanooga.

The three-month program, which kicked-off yesterday, includes two companies that have been spotlighted in CPRWrap (click here to read our original post on Felicia Jackson’s start-up with a slightly different name) and Pass It Down (click here for the many articles we have posted on Chris Cummings’ effort) – plus Woorly.

As the name implies, CPRWrap is a tool to help individuals deliver CPR in an emergency. Pass It Down is about capturing memories for the future, and Woorly is a mobile app that allows companies to reward customers that recommend their products and services.

Click here for more information about the other six participating start-ups in Techstars Class 155 that started yesterday.

Tom Ballard

By Tom Ballard, Chief Alliance Officer,
Pershing Yoakley & Associates. P.C.

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