TitletownTech today announced their investment in Boost Technology Inc., an early-stage tech company that brings machine learning and data analytics to college sports. Boost uses artificial intelligence and computer vision to capture, analyze, and explain complex data. The platform enables powerful data storytelling and customized insights that were previously limited to elite professional organizations with in-house data scientists.
TitletownTech today announced its investment in StormSensor, a climate technology startup leveraging sensors, data, and software to prevent stormwater pollution, sewage overflow, and flooding. StormSensor is empowering government municipalities, utility authorities, and environmental leaders with information they need to detect, understand, and manage conditions in their stormwater and wastewater systems. By leveraging quantifiable overflow and water-related data, customers can implement solutions in real-time.
Allergy Amulet, a company helping people with food allergies, raised $3.3 million in seed funding for the development of a consumer food allergen sensor.
The small sensor, that doubles as a medical alert system, can be carried on a keychain or in a pocket and is capable of testing food for common allergenic ingredients in seconds, Abigail Barnes, co-founder and CEO of Allergy Amulet told Crunchbase News.
TitletownTech today announced their investment in Fork Farms, an ag-tech startup that revolutionizes the future of fresh food production. Fork Farms’ flagship product, the Flex Farm, is an indoor vertical hydroponic system that is energy and cost efficient. The Flex Farm makes sustainable food practices both easy and accessible for everyone; from educators and home growers to commercial users and nonprofits.
TitletownTech today announced their investment in ChemDirect, an early-stage company that is building a technology marketplace to connect chemical manufacturers directly with customers. ChemDirect has recently relocated to Green Bay from L.A. to become one of TitletownTech’s studio companies.
July 2020 marked the first operational year for TitletownTech, a venture studio and investment fund formed out of a partnership between the Green Bay Packers and Microsoft. Alongside the Packers and Microsoft, 14 additional companies contributed investment capital to complete the $25 million venture fund.
Strive MedTech’s new remote healthcare application has been gaining momentum in Wisconsin by helping improve outcomes for orthopedic surgery patients, while keeping patients safe at home as we adjust to our new normal.
TitletownTech today announced their investment in SeedLinked, an ag-tech crowdsourced data platform which cultivates transparent relationships between regional plant growers and seed producers, and ultimately strengthens biodiversity in agro-ecosystems
TitletownTech today announced their investment in Quantum Radius, a technology startup developing interactive video and extended-reality technology that enables real-time cloud-scale augmentation of visual content. As a result of this investment and family connections to the area, Quantum Radius will be relocating their headquarters from Denver, Colorado to Green Bay later this year.
Green Bay Packers fans have saved the team multiple times through stock offerings. Now the Packers have teamed with Microsoft on a joint venture to support entrepreneurs and fledgling businesses in the greater Green Bay area.