Capital Innovators Announce Accelerator’s Fifth Class Of Tech Startups

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Judy Sindecuse, CEO of Capital Innovators
Judy Sindecuse, CEO of Capital Innovators.

Capital Innovators announced the companies accepted into its Fall 2013 Accelerator Program on Tuesday evening at the Savvis Headquarters Atrium in Chesterfield. The group provides tech startups with $50,000 seed money, free office space in downtown St. Louis, access to mentors, web hosting, networking and follow-up funding opportunities in exchange for 5 percent to 10 percent equity. The newly accepted companies will start the 12-week program on Monday, Sept. 16, when they move into their offices in the startup co-working space at T-REx.

The new class of startups accepted into the Capital Innovators accelerator are:

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