The Fellowship Cohorts have been comprised of an incredibly diverse pool of founders whose companies span a wide range of industries. Alongside our idea stage founders, this group of amazing companies has collectively created 1,027 jobs, generated $139.8 million in revenue, and raised $85.9 million in capital.
Part talent agency, part product agency. Begin delivers reliable technology solutions for your business.
Cocovana is a tropical lifestyle company currently focused on creating innovative tools for opening coconuts.
Hardware-enabled SaaS company. We are the automated inventory scanning solution for warehouses, using aerial drones that fly without human piloting to generate 10-50x improvements. We use cutting edge robotics/AI technology to help automate an underserved and repetitive logistics function.
A subscription box for couples that offers date nights and activities to better strengthen their relationships.
Creative Home Maintenance finds creative solutions for your maintenance needs. We really go the extra mile for our clients.
Deliveree is a B2B logistics as a service (LaaS) technology marketplace that empowers small businesses with one hour delivery service by providing on-demand delivery personnel.
GiftAMeal is a mobile application that helps provide a meal to someone in need each time a user takes a photo at a participating restaurant.
A place to connect people who want customized art to artists with the right skill set to make it.
Laugh and Learn Child Development Center is dedicated to providing a fun, safe and secure daycare environment. We serve children from infant to age 12 years old. Laugh and Learn offers private pre-k, Georgia pre-k, private kindergarten, and after-school and summer camp.
Seed Slide is a remote seed box opener that eliminates the need for farmers to climb on top of wagons when unloading seed boxes, adding safety and efficiency into farming operations.
The Bindle Stick is a practical and sustainable tool that redistributes the weight when carrying heavy groceries or other bagged items from a person’s hands to a more durable part of the human form, the shoulder.
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