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Spinning out new startups with Siemens/next47

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In the 2017 and 2018 classes of Techstars Detroit, I worked closely to spin out 2 startups that I invested in.

In 2017, this startup was EcoG.

In 2018, this startup was DeepHow.

Long Haul Films did an amazing job documenting these startups and their journey through Techstars Detroit. Check them out below.

next47 and Techstars Partnership: Creating the Next Generation Businesses for Siemens
FOREVER TRANSFORMED 2018: DeepHow Takes Us Inside the Techstars Detroit Program
In the Finale of Forever Transformed, the Founders of EcoG and RealSynth overcome "impostor syndrome," gear up towards Demo Day and their new lives as start-up entrepreneurs.
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