After careful consideration by VVM mentors, five out of the seven ventures that pitched to Valley Venture Mentors at the March meeting have been accepted into the six-month program.
The accepted ventures include:
ArmHer sells the most effective and affordable PPDs and has created four unique “Survival Kits” that safeguard women from crimes against their person and their property.
Bright Halo Technologies empowers citizens with meaningful emergency tools, focusing on Persons With Disabilities (PWD) and the Elderly.
The Bronner Monitor eliminates gas explosions and carbon monoxide poisoning with a patented automatic emergency shut off bracket.
RealAbroad.com is the world’s first student-only travel community with the goal of helping students who are studying or traveling abroad connect with one another, share their experiences and opinions, and find the best places to go and things to do during their abroad experience.
Ziptip innovates the tipping space with a simple mobile payments solution designed specifically for tips and gratuities.
The startups have been accepted into VVM with the expectation that they will successfully complete the accelerator track in six months and graduate to the mentor track which was recently added to accommodate the rising number of mature ventures who still desire support and mentoring assistance.