We Invite You to Meet the Spring 2024 Class in May!

Apr 15, 2024

Techstars Detroit Powered by JP Morgan is proud to introduce you to the latest class of 12 startups! We invite you to attend our Spring 2024 Demo Day on Thursday, May 30, 2024 (Register Here).

And if you are an investor or funder we invite you to join us for our Spring 2024 Investor Days that run May 13-15, 2024 (Register Here).

Our Class is a strategic mix of founders from the #Detroit area and around the globe, including San Francisco, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Indiana, Los Angeles, and Nigeria. We have first-time founders and repeat founders; some are just starting their investor journey, and others have raised millions of dollars in funding. Our founders are building in various industries, including AI, BeautyTech, Fintech, Electric Vehicles, Mobility, the Future of Work, EdTech, and GovTech.

But all of our 12 founders have one thing in common: These founders have grit and technical genius and chose to accelerate with us in the Renaissance City. Nothing Stops Detroit!

With the support of the Techstars Detroit team, they will have the opportunity to accelerate their growth and reach their full potential.

Now, let's give you a sneak peek into the 2024 Spring Class at Techstars Detroit Powered by JP Morgan! 

​​Amp Beauty (Los Angeles, CA)

A platform for sustainable beauty brands that cater to conscious consumers.

Aphid (Detroit, MI/Los Angeles, CA)

An automation network that allows people to power AI bots to work and earn on their behalf.

Based (formerly Everything Bagel) (San Francisco, CA)

The production-ready AI companion for hardware and toy companies. Based operates as the consumer software layer for the next generation of hardware products.

Black and Mobile (Philadelphia, PA)

A food delivery application that connects food enthusiasts with Black-owned restaurants.

Chargerzilla (Washington, DC)

Leverages patent-pending AI-based technology to empower home and commercial property owners to rent out their charging facilities to EV owners.

Greenlit (New York, NY)

An operating system for filmmakers that provides a set of powerful tools to supercharge production efforts, raise capital, and get to "greenlit" (ready for production) status faster.

Konnected with Care (Detroit, MI)

A comprehensive platform that helps organizations and government agencies serving youth and families stay connected.

OptimizeEV (Detroit, MI)

Software as a service that uses predictive analytics maintenance to prevent electric vehicle charging station downtimes and enhance network reliability and performance.

RepairIt (Formerly RepairsCard) (Detroit, MI)

An AI service manager for auto repair shops that automatically generates detailed repair estimates while streamlining customer interactions.

ReportWell (Indianapolis, IN)

A platform that simplifies compliance tasks and reporting requirements for government agencies and the organizations that report to them.

Tradeway (Detroit, MI / Los Angeles, CA)

A marketplace that connects early career construction trade professionals with work opportunities and helps them develop their skills

Trove (Dallas, TX)

A social investing application that provides Africans with access to global investment opportunities.

About the Author
Monica Wheat

Monica Wheat is a 20-year veteran of startup, corporate, and tech organizations and is the Managing Director of the Techstars Detroit Powered by J.P. Morgan Accelerator. She is the cofounder and executive director of Venture Catalysts, an ecosystem development group. Previously, Monica helped build global accelerator programs as MD with Backstage Capital, an underestimated founder focused-venture fund, and venture programs globally in partnership with Google, Microsoft, Ford, GM, and Quicken Loans.