Rev: Ithaca Startup Works’ member Orthofit has been selected to participate in the MassChallenge Accelerator program in Boston, Massachusetts. The MassChallenge Accelerator offers teams a chance to win $1.5 million dollars while providing them with unparalleled research and development opportunities.
In addition, Orthofit will receive $100,000 from the BGIN branding and design accelerator to develop their identity and branding strategy over the course of the three-week program.
“We are very excited by acceptance into both the MassChallenge Accelerator and BGIN. Plus, June 3-6 we will be having our own booth at the American Society for Safety Engineers Conference in San Antonio,” said OrthoFit CEO Jason Guss.
The OrthoFit founders, Jason Guss, Apoorva Kiran, and Pankaj Singh, developed their first prototypes during the Rev: Ithaca Startup Works’ Hardware Accelerator and grew the company as students in Cornell’s eLab course.
Read more about Orthofit’s progress in the Cornell Chronicle.