Northwestern Mutual today announced that Pythonic AI, an artificial intelligence startup in the medical records space, is the winner of its second Reverse Pitch MKE event. On March 18, seven teams of entrepreneurs pitched their creative business solutions to company executives with the winning team earning a seed investment up to $85,000.
In addition to funding, Pythonic AI will receive access to corporate mentors and networks, as well as working space in Cream City Labs, which opened in Northwestern Mutual’s downtown Milwaukee headquarters in October 2018.
“We’d like to congratulate the Pythonic AI team for their innovative solution and the strong entrepreneurial spirit and talent of all seven participating startup teams,” said Karl Gouverneur, vice president of digital workplace, corporate solutions and head of digital innovation at Northwestern Mutual. “At Northwestern Mutual, we believe the technology startup ecosystem must be nurtured in order to evolve and thrive. Reverse Pitch MKE allows us to support startups with funding and resources at the earliest stages of their business development through the launch of a potential product of their own.” Read the full story here.