What to know about the TinySeed Spring 2021 cohort:
- TinySeed, the Minneapolis-based venture capital firm and accelerator, has announced the lineup for its Spring 2021 cohort
- 18 companies were chosen for the year-long program, with three headquartered in Minneapolis (the full lineup is below with descriptions from TinySeed)
The Quote: Rob Walling, Co-founder of TinySeed
“It’s been very difficult to narrow down to only 18 companies, given the volume of high-quality applications we received. I’m excited to start digging into these companies with this pretty amazing group of founders.”
The Spring 2021 cohort comes after the announcement of TinySeed’s $25 million second fund. For more information about the cohort, check out the list below.
Aurelius — Founded by Zack Naylor and Joseph Andrew Szczesniak (Minneapolis), Aurelius is an all-in-one space for researchers to organize notes, capture insights, analyze data and share outcomes with their team.
Breachsense — Founded by Josh Amishav (Jerusalem, Israel), Breachsense enables security teams to reset stolen usernames and passwords before criminals exploit them.
CloudForecast — Founded by Tony Chan (Chicago) and François Lagier (San Francisco), CloudForecast eliminates wasted costs in AWS without significant engineering resources. Through easy-to-understand daily email and Slack reports, engineering teams can quickly react to cost anomalies and mistakes that can often sit for weeks.