Thursday, February 18, 2016

Announcing the 2016 Techstars Boulder Class

We are excited to announce the eleven companies joining us for the 2016 Techstars Boulder program. This inspiring group of companies will be the 10th class at Techstars Boulder and join 99 other incredible companies who have graduated from the Boulder program. We will be hosting a special demo day at the Boulder Theater on 5/18, the Wednesday of Boulder Startup Week, to thank the Boulder community for their immense and enduring support over the past ten years. We hope you can join us!

Without further ado, here are the 2016 Techstars Boulder companies:

Alchemy Learning: communication skills training platform helping sales professionals and public speakers prepare for and practice presentations through Virtual Reality.

AncestorCloud: genealogy marketplace connecting family researchers with experts around the globe.

Bridge21: API enabling Bitcoin wallets to buy and sell Bitcoin directly from inside their wallet.

Converge Industries: enabling insurance inspectors to fly drones to inspect buildings.

Edn: fully-automated digitally connected wall garden for growing herbs and vegetables in your home.

Free and For Sale: mobile marketplace making it quick and easy to buy and sell used goods. empowers companies to create conversation-based applications using artificial intelligence, natural language processing, and messaging.

Maxwell: connecting home buyers, realtors and lenders with tools to manage and streamline a home purchase.

MeetMindful: dating application and community connecting people interested in mindful living.

Orderly Health: helping consumers and companies understand their healthcare costs while recommending ways to save money. Content Delivery Network delivering faster, more secure content that can be run in local development environments.

Natty Zola, Managing Director, Techstars Boulder (

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