Miami, FL, is making waves in the business world. They have been noted by the Kauffman Foundation, Expert Market, and Wallethub for their entrepreneurial ecosystem.
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Hatch is a business, just like yours. We solve business problems. We ask our customers and prospects what is keeping them up at night, what are their pain points. We then develop programs and resources to help guide them along their entrepreneurial journey. We are a gym for entrepreneurs.
Infinity is a secure identity verification platform built with blockchain technology. We aim to create OneWorldTM Identity, where a single digital identity of an individual or organization can be used to access an array of services.
Denver is Colorado’s capital and known as the Mile High City. NerdWallet ranked the Denver-Aurora-Lakewood metropolitan area as the nation’s fifth-best for young entrepreneurs
SolarIoT is the only company to combine individual solar project creation, cooperative investment open to any investor, and peer to peer energy transactions built on the blockchain.
Livestock Bank aims to share animals with farmers and to provide everything they need to raise livestock in quality and quantity.
Dallas is one of the fastest-growing cities in the country and is recognized as a vibrant business ecosystem for female entrepreneurs and small businesses.
Well Traveled uses natural language processing to go beyond click streams to provide a more authentic approach to travel.
34 Bytes wants to make it easy for merchants to accept bitcoin. Bitcoin transactions can help prevent fraud and chargebacks and come in handy when faced with a lack of access to other payment services.
Columbus, Ohio has been ranked the 3rd best city to start a business in, 3rd in growth of entrepreneurship, and 40th in the “Access to Resources” category among large cities.