August 12, 2022

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Two Richmond startups are part of Covintus accelerator’s new cohort

Two Richmond startups are part of the second virtual business accelerator cohort for Covintus Tech Tank, which runs through April 1. Short…

Two Richmond startups are part of the second virtual business accelerator cohort for Covintus Tech Tank, which runs through April 1.

Short Pump’s Covintus Inc. is a software development company that builds programs for its customers using on-demand teams, with the ability to pull in people from every stage of the software development lifecycle. It began planning its accelerator in 2020 in response to the technology-related challenges it saw startups experiencing.

“This accelerator is really about, we use the word ‘savvy-fying,’ to help founders navigate that journey and creating their software in a way that’s lean and of the best value, giving their customers really what they need,” Logan Ryan, director of community engagement with Covintus, said in an interview.

Five startups in total were selected for the 10-week program: EDai and Lulus Local Food, both of Richmond, as well as Norfolk’s Frontline GIG, Chicago’s ezClinic and Baltimore’s Touchbase (Touchbase ultimately bowed out…

Read the full story from the Washington Business Journal.

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