St. Louis-based Capital Innovators has announced the six startups that will participate in its fall accelerator program.
Capital Innovators invests $50,000 in early-stage companies and brings them to St. Louis for three months of mentoring and business development.
The newest cohort, which includes one company from St. Louis, is the 16th class to go through the program.
The startups in that cohort are:
- CheckTheQ (St. Louis): Produces software that tracks and provides real-time updates on lines at places like airports and stadiums
- Gluetech (New York): Makes software to help with regulatory compliance and data management
- Keen Bean Organics (Los Angeles): Manufacturer of cold-pressed baby foods
- NappyMe (Paris): An online marketplace geared toward women of African descent that connects hair stylists to clients
- Narya Security (Tel Aviv, Israel): Makes a remediation tool for ransomware
- Tame the Beast (Nashville, Tennessee): Produces scented grooming products for men