Gener8tor, a Wisconsin tech accelerator that established an arm in Minneapolis last year, released names of the startups participating in its first Twin Cities class Friday.
The five startups are from a wide range of industries, including apparel and medical devices. Three are from Minnesota.
You can see the list of startups in the accelerator at our sister website, MinneInno.
Participating companies will receive seed capital and mentorship.
The accelerator program began in early July. In order to participate, founders were asked to move to the Twin Cities for three months. The startups will present their ideas at a demo day during Twin Cities Startup Week in October. Read the full story here.