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Alchemist Accelerator

The Alchemist Accelerator is a venture-backed initiative focused on accelerating startups whose revenue comes from enterprises (not consumers). The accelerator backs teams with distinctive technical founders, and provides $40K notes, a fellowship of high potential founders, highly sought after mentors, customer development, and a structured path to fundraising.

Recent Milestones

Investments

Company Date Round Size Participants
CirroSecure 2/2014Seed$1.4M1
Freedcamp 2/2014Seed$99k3
Assemblage 1/2014Seed1
Peer.im 1/2014Seed1
Mohound 1/2014Seed1
PathDrugomics 1/2014Seed1
Reniac 1/2014Seed1
Drone.io 1/2014Seed1
placements 1/2014Seed1
Sense.ly 1/2014Seed1
Upshot 1/2014Seed1
Frontleaf 1/2014Seed$450k1
Selligy 11/2013Series A$2.8M3
Tylr Mobile 11/2013Seed$1.5M5
MXD3D 3/2013Seed$45k1
SocialPandas 8/2012Seed$1.5M2

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Alchemist Promotional Video

Added: 10/30/13

Sources

  1. SEC (sec.gov) [edit]
  2. Citation Needed [add]
  3. Yes, Virginia, There Are Startups Focusing On Enterprise Applications (forbes.com) [edit]
  4. Yes, Virginia, There Are Startups Focusing On Enterprise Applications (forbes.com) [edit]
  5. Yes, Virginia, There Are Startups Focusing On Enterprise Applications (forbes.com) [edit]
  6. Yes, Virginia, There Are Startups Focusing On Enterprise Applications (forbes.com) [edit]
  7. Yes, Virginia, There Are Startups Focusing On Enterprise Applications (forbes.com) [edit]
  8. Yes, Virginia, There Are Startups Focusing On Enterprise Applications (forbes.com) [edit]
  9. Yes, Virginia, There Are Startups Focusing On Enterprise Applications (forbes.com) [edit]
  10. Yes, Virginia, There Are Startups Focusing On Enterprise Applications (forbes.com) [edit]
  11. Yes, Virginia, There Are Startups Focusing On Enterprise Applications (forbes.com) [edit]
  12. California's Frontleaf raises $450K to find out what keeps software customers happy (vcpost.com) [edit]
  13. Selligy Raises $2.8M in Series A Funding (finsmes.com) [edit]
  14. Tylr Mobile nabs $250K more from Salesforce.com for its smart mobile inbox (venturebeat.com) [edit]
  15. Citation Needed [add]
  16. SocialPandas Raises $1.5 Million For CRM Tools To Aid The Forgotten Sales Person (techcrunch.com) [edit]
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