Dayton startup Road-Aid named to Uptech Accelerator’s 5th cohort
September 6, 2016
Road-Aid, a Dayton-based startup founded by James Bridgers, recently announced their acceptance to Uptech Accelerator’s 5th Cohort! The company has technology that focuses on pothole data. This technology is tailored for governments, drivers, and insurers alike.
Out of the huge number of applicants hoping to join the accelerator’s roster, RoadAid was one of only 9 startups picked.
UpTech is a technology accelerator program for startups that are specifically data driven in nature and that develop tech-based solutions. These companies are usually seeking equity funding, entrepreneurship education, mentoring, a space to work, and community involvement. UpTech offers these startups exactly what they are looking for. Startups must enter an application with UpTech and be chosen from the pool of other applicants every year.
Congratulations to Road-Aid! We wish them the best of luck on their new journey!