Five Startups on Fast Track to Grow Their Businesses Courtesy of Baltimore’s Big Names in Fitness and Health Care
Wednesday, September 6, 2017
M-1 Ventures’ accelerator program to provide emerging businesses funding and mentorship from experts at Johns Hopkins, Plank Industries and the University of Maryland
Today, M-1 Ventures announced the five startups selected to participate in an intense 16-week program in Baltimore designed to set emerging businesses in the connected health and fitness industry on a fast track to success. This accelerator program operates with the support of Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures, Plank Industries, the University of Maryland (through UM Ventures), Brown Advisory and the Abell Foundation.
Each member of M-1 Ventures’ cohort has an innovative technology that ultimately empowers people to get healthy, stay healthy and achieve wellness goals, or that improves patient and financial outcomes and the efficiency of health care providers.
“The startups in M-1 Ventures’ first-ever cohort each have an ambitious and innovative solution to a health and wellness issue, the talent and passion to accelerate their development, and the capability to leverage the resources that our accelerator provides,” says Tony D’Agostino, a co-director of M-1 Ventures along with Paul Singh. “We believe support from M-1 Ventures will help startups build on the traction they have already established and reach their potential.”
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