KC names six startups of new Innovation Partnership cohort

The City of Kansas City has announced six startups that will participate in the fourth cohort of its Innovation Partnership Program, an annual program that aims to let entrepreneurs “develop, test, and demonstrate innovative solutions” using city data and infrastructure.

Additionally, the startups work closely with the city’s Office of Innovation and have access to office space in city hall.

This year’s cohort includes startups working on projects ranging from data analytics for energy use to tech-enabled dog houses.

The companies of the new cohort are:

  • DogSpot
  • Dynamhex
  • Geospiza
  • Gridics LLC
  • Homebase
  • Snorkel

The new cohort starts Wednesday and runs through Oct. 30.

Read more: Startland News

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