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15th June 2015

Introducing the Inaugural 2015 Berlin Class

We are thrilled to announce the 2015 Techstars class in Berlin.  Our session begins June 15th, and will wrap up with a demo day on September 10th.

This is the inaugural class in Berlin. Eighty-five per cent of our applications were from Europe and the class reflects this, with the companies hailing from Germany (3), Austria (1), UK (2), Ukraine (1), Israel (2) and Peru (1).

Of the ten companies, six have a B2B focus, typically with a software or infrastructure-as-a-service business model, and four companies operate marketplaces where consumer can book services.

And now, the Techstars Berlin Summer 2015 class:

Treev –  treev is the fastest way to access and share all work in the cloud (e.g. Dropbox, Box, Google Docs, Trello).treev helps people cut through the noise at work. It’s 2015, but working and collaborating online on any device still sucks. In modern companies employees spend most of their day in web apps like Google Drive, Trello, Salesforce and many more, which individually are great tools. treev becomes “Spotlight” for the cloud.
Eversport – Eversport is a booking engine for sport venues.Sport venues are typically booked and paid for offline. We are providing sport venue operators with a free booking tool, where we charge a small surcharge for each booking that is processed online. Online booking with offline payment are provided free of charge. The booking engine is aggregated on the central Eversport platform, that acts as a marketplace where visitors can find the best places to book sport venues in the cities we cover.
PreplyPreply is a marketplace for local and online tutoring.Preply creates the environment and tools for tutors to monetize their knowledge. We have tutors who sign-up as sellers creating advanced profiles and students who are looking for them. Students can search the marketplace to find the person who will teach you anything. As a traditional marketplace In our global vision we imagine Preply as a global marketplace for personalized education.
ContactableContactable is a online database and CRM designed for PR.Contactable have analysed over 3,000 publications and 2 million articles to understand what 50,000 journalists like to write about. This database helps companies identify journalists they should reach out to. Companies can then manage then manage their relationships with a CRM designed for PR.
 Sidestage Sidestage  – Sidestage is a marketplace for discovering and booking local musicians for business and private events.Sidestage helps people find amazing musicians for their own events, such as weddings, corporate events or private parties. We’ve already done the work of scouting and vetting the top musicians. Customers connect with musicians, confirm booking details and pay – all through Sidestage’s trusted platform. – Datapath is an infrastructure as a service company that helps customers optimize the path their data takes online.DATAPATH.IO enables cloud and network mobility for any customer’s application. It increases availability and compliance while reducing overall spending on cloud services.
PlatfarmPlatfarm is a software as a service company servicing agricultural cooperatives.By leveraging cutting edge software technology, Platfarm enables agriculturual cooperatives to collect, communicate, analyze and report information. This includes actionable data insights, which results in increased productivity and efficiency of agricultural production.
AppInsideAppInside is a security company that analyzes mobile apps for malicious abuse, legal violations and security threats.AppInside has developed a unique technology that analyzes automatically, without any integration, the internal components of a magnitude of mobile apps for malicious abuse, legal violations and security threats, offering an ongoing insight dashboard and a platform for security services. To date, we scanned more than 230,000 apps and the numbers are growing on daily basis.
StagelinkStagelink crowdsources live events for Internet stars.On, artists and managements track fan-driven, real-time demand to plan, pre-finance, and de-risk tours, while reaching highly engaged audiences. Launched in Germany in 2014, Stagelink now counts 30,000 fans and 500 artists who sold tickets for more than $200,000 through the platform.
AkdemiaAkdemia is a software as a service company that is servicing private schools in developing countries.Akdemia is an online service that lets schools manage all school processes and communicate them to pupils and parents. From checking children’s schedules, grades or standards to writing mass emails to the entire school community, Akdemia is a modern way for schools to engage with their customers.

9th June 2015

Announcing the 12 Companies for the Boston 2015 Class

We are thrilled to announce the 2015 Techstars class in Boston.  Our session began June 4th, and will wrap up with a demo day on September 1st.

This year we have amplified our recruiting efforts by working more closely with mentors in our community to identify the most promising startups in the region.  We have also gone on a road show in Europe and the Middle East, and have been in touch with many of the most vibrant startup ecosystems globally.  The result is a record number of applications and a diverse class of 12 companies, some of which have come to Boston from as far away as Portugal, Spain, Ukraine, and Canada.

The companies in the class span across diverse spaces, including travel, mobile, edtech, enterprise software, SaaS, retail, 3-D printing, and food distribution tech. They are all trying to solve big problems, but many of them are also joining our program with substantial existing momentum.

And now, the Techstars Boston Summer 2015 class:

purple logo AdmitHub optimizes the admissions process for students, counselors and colleges. @admithub
doDOC automates regulatory documentation for the enterprise.
GVMachines.logo.v3 GVMachines is a white-label grocery delivery service. @gvmachines
smackhighiosicon  SmackHigh is the place for teens to express themselves and be heard. @smackhighteam
hot-logo Hot offers last minute hotel bookings for global markets. @hot_app Cuseum is the museum engagement platform. @cuseum
20150421_LOGO_FINAL_BACK.pdf LovePop creates intricate paper art that pops. @lovepopcards
Netra-Transparent- - Copy - Copy-1 Netra makes machine vision and deep learning for multi-camera video intelligence. @netraSystems
LOGO_Small_2014 Provender is a marketplace for growers and buyers of fresh food. @provender
Shearwater_Logo-02  Shearwater keeps international students enrolled and engaged. @shearwaterintl
thrivehive_300x50 ThriveHive offers guided marketing for small businesses. @thrive_hive
kwambio signature b Kwambio is a platform for creating unique, personalized products on 3D printers. @kwamb_io

9th June 2015

Techstars Mobility Welcomes New Partner, New Community Partners and Office Collaborators

I am excited to unveil a new partner of Techstars Mobility, our new office in Detroit, and a handful of great new local partners and office collaborators.

Techstars Mobility is focused on all technologies that address the movement of people, goods, and services. For this program, we have partnered with six leading mobility corporations including Ford Motor Company, Magna International, Verizon Telematics, Dana Holding Corporation, Honda R&D Americas, and McDonald’s.

Screen Shot 2015-06-08 at 8.19.31 PMToday, I am excited to announce we are adding a seventh partner: Munich Reinsurance America, Inc. A member of Munich Re’s US organization, Munich Re America offers the financial strength and stability that comes with being part of the world’s preeminent insurance and reinsurance brand. Munich Re researches and communicates on emerging risks – such as the future of mobility –  that could have a significant impact on society, clients and employees.

Our three-month, mentorship driven program runs this summer in downtown Detroit. It’s a full contact startup experience that culminates with a Demo Day on September 10th at The Fillmore Theater.

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Screen Shot 2015-06-08 at 7.43.17 PMAnd what better location to host our program than at the beautiful Ford Field, in downtown Detroit. This is a one-of-a-kind building that is connected via an atrium to the stadium where the Detroit Lions play. This 10,000 sq ft office gives our companies in each class an unprecedented startup experience in Detroit at a world-class office and facility.

Techstars is on a mission to be a catalyst to drive the startup community in Detroit. For the mobility program, we’ve been working closely with Fontinalis Partners, pioneers in investing in next-generation mobility solutions to help make Detroit the future mobility hub of the world.

Today, I’m pleased to announce we’re adding two more local Detroit partners to help us continue on this mission to build the startup community across #OneDetroit.

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Automation Alley is a technology business association dedicated to growing the economy of Southeast Michigan. With over 1000 members, Automation Alley brings deep automotive and manufacturing expertise and mentors to support Techstars Mobility companies.

Screen Shot 2015-06-08 at 7.45.31 PMThe Detroit Technology Exchange (DTX) is a programmatic partnership funded by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation and the New Economy Initiative. Techstars will be joining other partners including TechTown Detroit, Bizdom, Invest Detroit, the Detroit Creative Corridor Center, the Henry Ford Innovation Institute, and NextEnergy. By joining this partnership, Techstars Mobility gains access to hiring talented associates and being part of a collaboration for empowering entrepreneurs in Detroit.

On top of that, Techstars Mobility and the Detroit Lions are leading the way to create a new startup hub in Detroit at Ford Field. To do that, Techstars has collaborated with two incredible companies that will be opening offices in Detroit, greatly enhancing the Techstars Mobility office, and offering their services across the region.

Oblong is the maker of Mezzanine, a collaborative Screen Shot 2015-06-08 at 7.46.45 PMconference room solution for innovative workplaces. Its futuristic technology enables Techstars Mobility to host real-time immersive visual collaboration sessions in one of the most high tech offices in all of Detroit.

PivotDesk, a Techstars Boulder 2012 alum and sharing economy leader, connects businesses who are looking for office space with those who have excess space. At Techstars Mobility, we leverage PivotDesk to invite outsideScreen Shot 2015-06-08 at 7.46.50 PM companies to share our space during our off-program months. Please check PivotDesk later this summer to find out about space opportunities in our office.

We look forward to other high tech companies and startups joining us at Ford Field in the near future. We also can’t wait to show off our new office and host events around the region in 2015. We are proud to partner and work with such amazing organizations as we work towards our goal of making Detroit the future mobility hub of the world.

5th June 2015

Funding and M&A Activity Across the Techstars Ecosystem

Techstars companies have raised over $100M this past week! Here is a roundup of those and other recent investments and M&A activity across the Techstars ecosystem. Congratulations to the founders and all the companies on your hard work and success!

Congratulations to these Techstars companies that were recently acquired:


Congratulations to the Techstars Alumni companies that have recently received notable investments:

Pill Pack $50M Pill Pack (Boston ‘13) announced a $50M raise this week. Pill Pack is a full service online pharmacy that ships personalized rolls of pre-sorted prescriptions.
Sphero $45M Sphero (Boulder ‘10 & Disney ‘14) raised $45M in funding in June. Sphero makes connected toys and most recently worked on the new Star Wars robot, BB-8.
Localytics $35M Localytics (Boston ‘09) raised $35M in Series D funding in March. Localytics offers analytics and marketing tools for mobile apps to better understand user behavior.
Placester $15M Placester (Boston ‘11) raised $15M in Series B funding in April. Placester replaces the digital real estate sections of local newspaper websites with a new real estate portal.
Remitly $12.5M Remitly (Seattle ‘11) raised $12.5M in Series B in March to help immigrants send money to family and friends abroad. Remitly is a mobile payments service that enables consumers to conveniently make person-to-person international money transfers from the U.S.
Kapost $10.25M Kapost (Boulder ‘10) raised $10.25M in an equity round in May. Kapost makes software that companies use to manage B2B content marketing campaigns.
SalesLoft $10M SalesLoft (Boulder ‘12) raised $10M in Series A in April. SalesLoft is a sales development software company that offers a SaaS platform that seamlessly integrates with CRM applications.
Jukely $8M Jukely (NYC ‘13) raised $8M in a seed extension round to expand into at least 20 more cities in the next year. Jukely is a matchmaker for music lovers, connecting those with a similar taste in music to go to concerts with.
Bench $7M Bench (NY ‘12) closed a $7M series A round earlier this year. Bench is an online bookkeeping service that provides tax-ready financial statements from professional bookkeepers.
LawnStarter $6M LawnStarter (Austin ‘14) recently raised $6M in Series A. LawnStarter is a lawn service with easy online booking that describes itself as “your lawn care concierge.”
Careport Health $3.8M Careport Health (Boston ‘12) announced $3.8M in funding to help patients solve the challenge of post-hospital care.
Woo Sports $2.7M Woo Sports (Boston ‘14) raised $2.7M in April. Woo Sports is a device that tracks stats for kiteboarders.
Outreach $2.3M Outreach (Seattle ‘11) raised $2.3M in seed funding in May. Outreach creates workflow tools for sales teams.
Sqord $2.3M Sqord (Chicago ‘14) raised $2.3 M from Providence Health. Sqord is a wearable activity tracker, game and app for kids. $2.2M (London ‘13) raised $2.2M in April. has built a platform that it calls an “integration marketplace,” which makes costly IT integrations a thing of the past.
Dopay $2M Dopay (Barclays ‘14) raised $2M to launch a cloud-based payroll service that employers can use to calculate and remit salaries electronically to staff who don’t have bank accounts of their own (and also to those who do).
Notion $2M Notion (Boulder ‘14) raised $2M in seed funding in May. Notion allows you to monitor your home with a single sensor, wherever you are.

4th June 2015

Announcing the First Class of Techstars Mobility, Driven by Detroit

Today, I’m excited to announce the first class of Techstars Mobility, driven by Detroit. These 10 companies are excellent representatives of the future of mobility. They each demonstrate technologies addressing the movement of people, goods, and services.

To help us create a world-class mobility program, we’ve partnered with six global corporations with deep mobility expertise. These partners include Ford Motor Company, Magna International, Verizon Telematics, Dana Holding Corporation, Honda R&D Americas, and McDonald’s. Additionally, we have over 150 expert mentors and investors helping our first class of 10 startups.

For this inaugural program, we received applications from all over the world (every continent except Antarctica!) and were excited by the diversity of applications. We saw software, hardware and advanced materials businesses focusing on things like ride sharing, energy, safety, maintenance, logistics and trucking. The solutions being developed by this year’s class range from a ride-sharing app, to the AirBnB for car enthusiasts, to web browser technology that works without a data connection.

Here is our awesome Techstars Mobility class of 2015:


Ansik makes automotive service safer, quicker and more affordable for everyone.
CDL Warrior is a communication and productivity platform for the trucking industry that connects truck drivers to their supply chain partners and improves efficiency, visibility and compliance.
Classics & Exotics brings the “sharing economy” into the car enthusiast’s garage, allowing classic and exotic car enthusiasts to now offset their car ownership costs by renting their cars to pre-screened, highly qualified renters.
Cosmos Browser. Internet via SMS, no data or WiFi required.
Elegus Technologies, a spin-out from the University of Michigan, is commercializing battery separator technology that can enable safer, longer lasting batteries.
GearBrake is a universal, easy to install brake light module that can detect when your vehicle is slowing and automatically light the brake lights, reducing the risk of rear-end collisions by up to 90%.
Motoroso combines content, community, and commerce for automotive enthusiasts to help them discover, connect, and buy everything that powers their lifestyle.
My Dealer Service empowers automotive service departments with digital connectivity and workflow management, elevating efficiency and creating an unprecedented customer experience.
Splitting Fares — SPLT — is a social ridesharing app designed to connect people with similar routes, share the fare, save money, reduce traffic and emissions and change the way people meet and move in cities around the world.
WISE Systems provides real-time routing and analytics software to help on-demand delivery companies serve their customers more effectively.

4th June 2015

Sprint Accelerator, Powered by Techstars 2015 Demo Day

Today’s Demo Day for the Sprint Accelerator, powered by Techstars, signals the graduation of our second class. These companies did a fantastic job during the past three months, making great progress with their businesses and engaging with the Kansas City community.

A few things stand out about this year’s companies. It’s a very diverse class, including four female CEOs. Seven of the 10 companies have hardware products, including a head impact sensor for youth sports, a smartphone breathalyzer, and a low cost, portable EKG. Perhaps best of all, eight of the 10 have revenue, several with at least mid six figures.

This is an extremely focused, hard-working group and I’m very excited to continue to support their success. Here’s a summary of their businesses and traction:

Alcohoot enables mobile human condition monitoring. Their first product is a police-grade smartphone breathalyzer for consumer use. They’re soon launching the Intrepid breathalyzer platform for the police market. They have over $750,000 in revenue, over 11,000 device sales, partnerships with Heineken, Pernod Ricard and NYCFC of the MLS, and eight pilots with police departments and fleet companies.
HealthID is a medication adherence and health information management platform with connected wristband and card. Their product is sold in over 15,000 pharmacies including CVS Health, Walgreens, and Rite Aid. They’ve generated over $590,000 in revenue since September 2014. Since starting the accelerator, they signed 3 pilots for their adherence platform.
Hidrate makes beautiful connected products. Their smart water bottle and connected app remind you to stay hydrated. Their Kickstarter campaign exceeded its goal in less than a day and continues to gain momentum.
First Derm by iDoc24 provides the fastest and most convenient way to ask a board certified dermatologist about any skin concerns. They have over 100,000 app downloads, over 14,000 cases answered, recurring revenues, and have detected hundreds of dangerous skin lesions. Their partners include Thermo Fischer, 3Gen, large health information websites such as, and online pharmacies.
Jolt’s multi-sport head impact sensor and connected app provide athletes and their coaches with real time, actionable head impact data. They ran a successful Kickstarter campaign and are shipping product in June. They have a pilot study through Boston University and are in discussions with professional sports teams.
Melon Health’s mobile health platform helps people manage their health through peer support, access to clinicians and behavior change tools. Melon has generated over $1M in recurring revenue to date, and is advanced talks with major insurer for a paid pilot plus several other payers and providers.
Ovatemp’s Bluetooth thermometer and connected app provide the only personalized fertility management platform for women of all ages. They are now shipping thermometers and their free app is available in the App Store.
Oxie is the first smart, wearable air purifier enabling anyone in the world to breathe clean air and receive real-time air quality alerts. Their mobile sensors collect allergen and pollutant data that will form the world’s only comprehensive air quality database. They are currently in discussions with airlines to launch in the U.S. travel market.
Rex enables unprecedented access to animal health data and analytics for pharmaceutical companies and veterinary service providers. They have generated $500,000 of revenue in the past two months, and also have $20,000 monthly recurring revenue. They have paid pilots with major pharmaceutical companies and a pipeline of $1.2 million in contracts.
Triomi’s portable, low cost 12-lead EKG enables any physician to perform an EKG, anywhere in the world. They have signed their first medical device distributor with expected minimum revenue of $500,000 in our first year, and are on track to ship in the first half of 2016.

1st June 2015

Announcing the June 2015 Techstars++ Class

We are pleased to announce the June Techstars++ class! These companies will be traveling to Rochester to spend two weeks working at the Mayo Clinic Business Accelerator on the Mayo Clinic campus. Through Techstars++ we will investigate the fit between these three companies and Mayo Clinic for the purposes of using innovative solutions to overcome significant problems in healthcare. The foundations for potential long-term partnerships will be built during these next two weeks.

The kickoff will be hosted by Mayo Clinic Center For Innovation with leadership and dignitaries from the city of Rochester, MN. We have a packed schedule ahead of us meeting with thought leaders and medical experts. Gauging from the excitement of the community and the diligence of the amazing founders, we expect great things!

Telespine is an online system of care accessible via phone, tablet or computer – The Telespine program is simple, easy to do, highly effective and costs 96% less than traditional care. Telespine provides personalized treatment through web-based content, streaming video exercises and online consults with our LBP specialists. The Telespine program guides patients through a proven step-by-step process to improve their back health. @Telespine
Jintronix is a tele-rehabilitation platform designed to improve patient outcomes and enhance patient experience using state of the art motion capture and network technology. Harnessing the engaging power of gamification, Jintronix provides patients with personalized exercises giving real-time feedback, while allowing healthcare professionals to monitor patient progress from anywhere. @Jintronix
Owlet is a “Smart Sock” that uses pulse oximetry to monitor an infant’s vital signs. What used to take up a whole hospital table with cords and wires is now appropriate for the home and convenient for medical professionals. Owlet was designed with parents in mind, it simplifies the user experience to a glowing light and allows parents to feel much needed peace of mind. Owlet is also wifi connected so the information from the sock is aggregated for remote monitoring. Owlet bridges the gap between the hospital and the home. Healthcare is being personalized for the home and Owlet intends to become the health platform for infants 0-3 years old that will connect parents to pediatricians and revolutionize the way we care for children. @owletbabycare

28th May 2015

Introducing the First Class of the Qualcomm Robotics Accelerator

Today, we’re pleased to welcome the first class of the Qualcomm Robotics Accelerator, powered by Techstars. These startups are representative of the tremendously talented entrepreneurs creating the future of robotics. In this class, the companies are creating commercial and consumer robots, new robot-enabling technologies, and the infrastructure for a robot powered economy.

Our 2015 class represents seven countries: Greece, Italy, Germany, Canada, Singapore, the UK, and the US–the most international class ever assembled for a US based Techstars accelerator. Two of the startups are homegrown here in San Diego, a testament to the strength of the local robotics ecosystem.

We’re excited to introduce the 2015 class of the Qualcomm Robotics Accelerator, powered by Techstars:

Carbon Robotics out of San Francisco, CA, is a robotic arm company geared towards consumers and mid-sized businesses that combines affordable hardware with an open platform. They are building TOBI, a table top arm targeted at developers.
CleverPet from San Diego, CA, is a technology company dedicated to teaching your pet new behaviors. Founded by a team of cognitive scientists and neuroscientists, CleverPet’s first product is a smart, in-home robot that provides your dog with the daily mental and physical stimulation he or she craves.
CtrlWorks, based in Singapore, is dedicated to transforming any mobile platform into an intelligent robot at an affordable price. Their first robot, Axon, attaches to just about anything and turns it into a fully autonomous robot through cloud navigation and specialized hardware.
Inova Drone, from San Diego, designs and develops advanced, professional unmanned aerial systems for the global commercial market. Their first product is a drone targeted at first responders and search and rescue applications.
Rational Robotics, from Edmonton, Alberta, CA, produces robots that automate the restorative automotive painting process. Utilizing 3D vision and advanced path planning, Rational Robots provide a safe and efficient way to paint cars on the shop floor.
Reach Robotics, from Bristol, UK, is developing Mecha Monsters – the world’s first gaming monster robots. They are controlled via smartphone or tablets and serve to bridge the physical and digital components of the gaming world. Mecha Monsters come with accessories that provide special abilities that make them more powerful.
Skyfront, based in Hoboken, NJ, builds hybrid-electric technology for long endurance drones. Skyfront’s technology extends typical drone flight times up to 10x and enables UAVs to be used for extended commercial applications.
Sky Robotics, from Athens, Greece, is enabling the streamlined, affordable creation of robots. Their OPRA (open platform for robotics applications) is a development platform that combines high-performance modular hardware and intuitive open source software to catalyze the realization of an infinite variety of robots.
Skysense, based in Berlin, Germany, builds and sells charging infrastructure for drones, enabling remote-controlled flights and autonomous missions. Their technology involves a gold plated charging station pad that can be easily scaled depending on the drone and application.
Solenica, out of Rome, IT, makes Lucy – a sleek, sophisticated robot that brings sunlight directly into your home. Powered by solar cells, Lucy follows the sun throughout the day to reflect light into your home or office, creating natural illumination while simultaneously reducing electricity use.

27th May 2015

The Techstars Experience: Rex Animal Health

What’s it like to go through a Techstars program? Why choose our accelerator program over others?

This is the next post in our blog series, “The Techstars Experience,” with some thoughts from Amado Guloy, Co-Founder and CEO of Rex Animal Health. Rex enables access to animal health data and analytics for pharmaceutical companies and veterinary service providers. Amado and his co-founder, Haven Moore, are part of the Techstars Sprint Accelerator Program 2015 and are getting ready for Demo Day next week!

Here are some highlights from a few of Amado’s posts:

[re: why the network matters]

We have to leverage our networks. We have to help each other. That’s one thing I absolutely love about the Techstars mantra of GIVE FIRST. You have access to an amazing network of over 1500 founders, mentors, and investors. People are willing to give before they get, because that’s what we’re all about. It’s certainly how Rex has gained a ridiculous amount of traction in a such a small amount of time; people have helped us along the way, have given us amazing introductions, and have given us actionable advice on how to grow our business and kick as*.

[re: winning and growth]

The atmosphere at the office isn’t one of competition, but everyone has set goals for themselves and what they want to accomplish so ‘winning’ means accomplishing said goals. It’s a fantastic feeling to know that you’re rooting for the other teams and that they’re rooting for you.

…the past three weeks have felt like three years. I do not think there is any other way that we could have figured out what strategy and market we would be going after in a matter of three weeks without the guidance we have received thus far. As we enter our final week of mentor madness, I am proud to say that the company has grown leaps and bounds over where we were before.

[re: founder fear]

A lot of entrepreneurs end up not doing anything because of fear. They’re scared that they might do the wrong thing when facing a fork in the road. They’re afraid of the potential outcome that could totally rock their assumptions about the market. In the end, entrepreneurs who are scared just end up kicking the can down the road, staying in their happy little comfort zones, and get absolutely nothing done….So how do you get out of the space of intention and into the space of realization? Or in other words, how do you get out of planning phase and actually go out there to get shi* done.

To get the full story of this founder’s Techstars Experience, read more of Amado’s posts here.

Want to apply to Techstars? Check out our Program Schedule.

21st May 2015

[VIDEO] Where Are They Now? SendGrid & Happiness

Check out the latest “Where Are They Now?” video featuring SendGrid, a Techstars Boulder 2009 alum. SendGrid has developed a cloud based service that eliminates the complexity of sending email, saving time and money, while providing reliable delivery to the inbox.

SendGrid is now sending out as many emails per day as Twitter sends out tweets! Wow.

Learn more about their success post-Techstars, their enormous growth, their extraordinary market opportunity and why happiness is key factor to their success.