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February 28, 2024 | Tom Ballard

Cincinnati start-up helps technical people write compelling narratives

Narratize was launched by three women and uses artificial intelligence to help communicate what they are doing.

Are you a technical founder who needs help communicating the value proposition to users or potential customers?

If your answer is yes, a start-up named Narratize might be just what the doctor ordered. The Cincinnati-based venture uses artificial intelligence to help scientists, inventors, and other tech-centered innovators write compelling narratives about their ideas.

The company was co-founded by ,Catherine O’Shea, Trauth Taylor, and Kara Uchtman and ended up raising $2 million by the end of 2023. In addition, it has attracted a variety of big clients, including Boeing and Good Housekeeping.

The start-up describes the way it works as follows: “Pour insights into Narratize, and create impactful, long-form scientific, technical, and medical content from scratch. Then transform content into multiple deliverables, keyed to target readers, with the click of a button. Capture your teams’ best ideas, and turn them into revenue-generating, world-changing innovations.”

Click here to learn more about Narratize.

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