A new startup accelerator in Bentonville has chosen its initial cohort of businesses.
Fuel, a 16-week program for supply chain startups, focuses on preparing early-stage companies to work with large enterprises, with the intent to stimulate corporate growth and create high-paying jobs.
The nine companies selected for the program are:
- Ambots – An advanced manufacturing company with a focus on swarm 3D printing and assembly.
- BlyncSync Technologies – Safety software that shows exactly what time a driver can expect to feel fatigued in order to reduce accident rates in the trucking industry.
- Drive My Way – A Cleveland, Ohio-based, women-owned startup with a patent-pending matching technology for the transportation industry that creates the best job match possible for CDL truck drivers and employers.
- Luncher – An Arkansas company dedicated to delivering food from local restaurants to the workplace. Customers can get free food delivered to their office or “hot spots” by working with restaurants and creating efficiencies in the supply chain that lower the cost of service.
Read more: https://talkbusiness.net/2019/01/initial-cohort-selected-for-supply-chain-accelerator-in-bentonville/