The gBETA business accelerator program unveiled the four early-stage startups comprising its fall cohort in Cleveland, including a maker of ready-to-serve cocktails, a platform supporting professors using e-learning, a business that pairs tutors with families and a provider of at-home care services.
The gBETA business accelerator program is run by Milwaukee-based generator and has been hosted locally by CLEworx in the Glenville Circle North Complex, though the program is operating more virtually amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Cleveland is just one of several markets in which the program operates.
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Written by Jeremy Nobile.
Originally published October 7, 2020.