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University of Hawai‘i’s Accelerator Selects 6th Cohort

University of Hawaii’s Nationally Recognized Accelerator Selects Sixth Cohort

XLR8UH, the multi-phase education and investment program designed to help grow University of Hawaiʻi entrepreneurs and startups, has selected four companies for the program’s sixth cohort. More than 100 companies applied across multiple UH campuses.
UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I’S STARTUP ACCELERATOR SELECTS 6TH COHORT

University of Hawai‘i’s Accelerator Selects 6th Cohort

XLR8UH is a public-private partnership between the University of Hawaiʻi and Sultan Ventures, a venture firm that supports visionary founders in building successful, long-lasting businesses by guiding them at every stage of their journey.
The four companies in XLR8UH's sixth cohort are working on developing sensor technology, collaborative meeting environments and gift-wrap for digital items.

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The four companies in XLR8UH's sixth cohort are working on developing sensor technology, collaborative meeting environments and gift-wrap for digital items.

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