New Polsky Incubator Cohort Announced
The Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation has announced the companies that will be moving into the Polsky Incubator this April as members of the new cohort. The Polsky Incubator provides guidance, mentorship, and support to early-stage startups, helping them achieve critical milestones and grow into sustainable businesses.
Learn more about each of the companies moving to 53rd street:
Dashporter is a roadside assistance service that allows car owners to have peace in the midst of an emergency situation. Dashporter assists motorists with finding the best and cheapest options for having their vehicles repaired. The DashPorter team is a strong mix of seasoned professionals and university talent.
dotUP is a platform for fundraising and awareness built around personal expression and social connection. By purchasing, wearing, and sharing an innovative wearable accessory (dot), consumers become ambassadors for the organizations they so passionately support. dotUP makes it fun and effortless to make a difference.
Bridechilla Closet (formerly called, Brides for Life) is the first international marketplace for South-Asian brides to resell their bridal dresses. It helps brides worldwide find their dream wedding dresses at incredibly affordable prices from a large variety of verified listings. The Bridechilla Closet is started by newlyweds with business and IT backgrounds who understand the challenges of finding and selling a dress first hand.