Thrilled, excited, nervous, amazed, humbled, honored, baffled, speechless, flabbergasted, electrified, anxious and a few hundred other emotions.
That is because BigTeam was accepted into the Techstars Atlanta 2018 Cohort, sponsored by Cox Enterprises. The announcement was made today in the Atlanta tech publication Hypotamus, and features 9 other amazing startups from the around the united states and 2 from Israel.
The 3-month program will be Techstars Atlanta’s 3rd cohort, and will feature 12 weeks of mentorship and coaching as well as an initial investment.
Trevor from BigTeam provided this quote to Hypotamus:
“Building a startup can be a lonely, maddening and uncertain path with few rules or footsteps to follow, so working next to some of the smartest founders, mentors and former Techstars alumni will help us build a solid foundation to scale up from,” says Trevor Wolfe, founder of AI-driven marketing analytics platform BigTeam.
“I’m looking forward to seeing how the team and I improve as individuals over the next three months and how that will positively impact BigTeam as we ship more product and gain more customers.” The startup moved to Atlanta from South Africa this year to gain access to the city’s robust martech scene, local corporate clients, and talent.”
BigTeam (Atlanta, GA): A platform that allows modern marketing, product, customer experience, and innovation teams to generate actionable feedback from employees, clients, and stakeholders.
CaribShopper (Miami, FL): A platform that enables underbanked customers in developing nations with the ability to participate in e-commerce by providing them with accessible cash-to-credit facilities and simplified freight-forwarding.
Case Status (Charleston, SC): An application that assists attorneys in keeping clients up-to-date on case status, allowing them to focus on more high-value work.
Cemento (Tel Aviv, Israel): A commercial real estate construction collaboration application for general contractors and subcontractors that provides visibility to all stakeholders to ensure that projects are delivered on time and on budget.
CommissionTrac (Atlanta, GA): A cloud-based software for commercial real estate firms that streamlines tedious back office accounting and commission management.
Fixel (Tel Aviv, Israel): A fully-autonomous platform that helps marketers create and manage more efficient customer segments by ranking them based on their level of engagement.
Motivo (Chattanooga, TN): An online platform that connects aspiring mental health professionals seeking licensure with clinical supervisors through live, HIPAA-compliant video.
PadSplit (Atlanta, GA): A solution for landlords that enables them to provide affordable shared living experiences to the workforce.
PowerSpike (Albany, NY): A platform that connects streamers with brands in a fully-managed eSports influencer marketing platform.
SAWA (Cincinnati, OH): A virtual graphic designer that allows teams to create consistent, branded designs for commonly needed communications.