Digital startup accelerator gener8tor selected five startups to participate in its winter class. The businesses will receive an initial investment of $20,000 per company through gener8tor, and $70,000 in guaranteed follow-on funding through gener8tor and Oshkosh-based Angels on the Water.
The newest class of gener8tor startups includes:
- AltusMedical Group (Madison), a medical education software as a service company.
- Bright Cellars (Boston), a subscription wine startup that tailors drinks to consumers’ tastes through an algorithm.
- Carson Life (Miami), a line of beauty products that targets the Hispanic market.
- GrocerKey (Madison), an e-commerce platform that allows grocers to build online stores.
- Passage (Detroit), a ticketing and payments product for specialty events.
These five startups were chosen from more than 400 applicants. This is gener8tor’s sixth program since starting in 2012. In that time, gener8tor has worked with a variety of startups, including ADOBO, EatStreet, Men’s Style Lab and WeMontage.