Capital Innovators, a St. Louis-based accelerator for early-stage tech companies, will welcome six startups as part of its newest class, the program announced this week.
The organization hailed the geographic diversity of the cohort, which features two companies from St. Louis and one apiece from Washington, Denver, Mexico and Singapore.
The companies are:
- Jubel (Mexico City) – A web-based service designed to help users book customized travel experiences
- Kind Soap (St. Louis) – A soap maker and wholesaler producing personal care products that aim to be environmentally and socially friendly
- Slasify (Singapore) – Project management software for remote teams in fields including IT, design and marketing
- StatRoute (Denver) – A web-based service that provides data aimed at helping users manage fantasy sports teams
- Vision Interchange (Washington) – An online marketplace for trading eyewear
- VoiceXP (St. Louis) – A startup that makes software to help businesses improve their presence on digital voice assistants
Since its founding in 2010, Capital Innovators has worked with 92 companies that have gone on to raise a combined $300 million in follow-on funding and create more than 800 jobs, according to a release.