We’re excited to announce our March 2022 class of 12 companies (with another coming in September!). We’re kicking off the program today (in-person!) in our shiny new offices in Culver City, just steps from Main Street and The Platform! And with mask mandates relaxing, declining COVID cases, and plenty of outdoor space at our new digs, we can’t wait to see everyone this Spring.
This year’s applicant pool was one of the most competitive ever in terms of traction and the caliber of teams represented. As with our last class, this cohort is truly global. Our companies will be joining us from London, Toronto, Sweden, Singapore, Mauritius (and of course from across the US).
We’re excited about the range of industries as well, which will benefit well from the industries LA and our mentors excel in: Healthcare, Aerospace, B2B SaaS, Retail Enablement, PropTech, Quantum Computing.
The Techstars Los Angeles March 2022 Class also continues to build on our commitment to investing in diverse and underrepresented teams. Of the 12 companies, 6 are led by women CEOs, 6 are led by CEOs that identify as racially or ethnically diverse and 10 are led by underrepresented CEOs. Thank you to our sponsors, partners, mentors, and Techstars alumni who help to make Techstars LA successful. Please join me in welcoming the Techstars LA Class of 2022!
Aware Health (San Francisco, CA)
Aware Health is on a mission to prevent chronic pain from developing so employers don’t need to pay for it and employees don’t miss a day of work.
Bean (Cleveland, OH)
Bean’s a managed marketplace and workflow management platform for accounting services - Like a dating site, but for Accounting service providers and companies.
Equatorial Space (Los Angeles, CA)
Equatorial Space revolutionizes access to and throughout space access using game-changing propulsion and manufacturing technologies.
GoFlyy (Los Angeles, CA)
GoFlyy makes on-demand deliveries and returns a breeze to unlock growth potential for lifestyle and fashion retailers.
Hormona (London, UK)
Hormona is on a mission to revolutionize hormonal health through the use of home testing & AI to provide women with the first end-to-end solution.
MaxRetail (Palm Beach Gardens, FL)
Formerly SwapRetail, Max Retail helps independent retailers and brands sell their unsold inventory through its market network that includes B2B, B2C and liquidation channels.
Mind-Easy (Toronto, ON)
Mind-Easy bridges the gap in mental health disparity by providing culturally sensitive and clinically validated mental health resources.
Modal Living (Salt Lake City, UT)
Modal designs, manufactures, and installs modern, modular backyard homes and offices through a turnkey service. Modal’s products help homeowners maximize space, generate passive income, and increase their home value.
Next Generation Quantum (New York, NY)
Next Generation Quantum revolutionizes the computer infrastructure to fast-track the path to real-world commercial quantum computing through proprietary hard- and software.
Pear Suite (Seattle, WA)
Pear Suite enables anyone—community health workers, other healthcare staff, and volunteers—to assess and address the social drivers of health for older adults in a scalable, cost-effective, and person-centered way.
Rwazi (Port Louis, Mauritius)
Rwazi provides organizations with on-ground data on products, services, and activities from developing countries.
Squid iQ (San Francisco)
SQUID’s innovative healthcare technology management (HTM) platform addresses inefficiencies related to device management in hospitals. SQUID’s unique service design significantly improves financial, clinical and operational support performance.