The Heritage Group, Techstars Reveal 2020 Hardtech Class
INDIANAPOLIS – Indianapolis-based The Heritage Group and Techstars are teaming up for the second year to help 10 startup teams scale their innovative ideas. The company says the accelerator’s 2020 class of Next-Gen Hardtech Tech Companies includes founders and companies that are developing new solutions for some of the world’s biggest problems.
Techstars and The Heritage Group say the teams represent a diverse skill set, from construction tech and the industrial Internet of Things to sustainable material manufacturers. The startups are working on technologies such as repurposing plastic, reducing carbon emissions, and increasing worker safety.
“The accelerator is an opportunity to combine the material science expertise of The Heritage Group with the passion and vision of entrepreneurs to drive real change in the material science and hardtech space,” said Kip Frey, executive vice president of new ventures for The Heritage Group. “In partnership with Techstars, we look forward to welcoming a new class of entrepreneurs to Indianapolis and helping them build successful businesses.”