Meet The 10 Startups Selected For The Latest Techstars Atlanta Cohort

Inclusive spaces and marketplaces. The startups selected for the latest Techstars Atlanta cohort are building online and offline communities, leveraging AI to help businesses, and creating platforms to help consumers find niche products and services. 

So who are the startups heading to Atlanta for the coming months? Get to know a bit about them here: 

Courial (San Francisco): Founder Herb Coakley 

 An on-demand courier and errand platform, created by gig-workers for gig-workers. Courial’s website says that they are “courier platform for everything.” The app is currently available in over 20 cities across the US. 

DEI Directive (Charlotte): Founder Malobi Achike

Taking the guesswork out of DEI to help organizations unleash the creative powers of an inclusive, diverse workforce. The platform’s services range from training in software, benchmarking, reporting, and inclusion. 


Her Skill Academy (Atlanta): Founder Nashae Roundtree

Equipping early career women with the tools, strategies, and community to unlock their full potential.


INKZUP (Lawrenceville, Georgia)

The first digital platform for top tattoo artists to display their work and find their next customer.


Memory My Way (Atlanta): Founder Nichole W. Healy

Rethinking the way families rescue their memories with a digital assistant to bring them all together in one place.


Sojorne (Atlanta): Founder Efe Odeleye

A digital family assistant for helping loved ones with special needs take care of critical priorities across health, education, and life.


SuperCopy (Atlanta): Co-founder Richard Lee

Using AI to generate authentic and relevant brand and audience personas to drive effective content strategy.


The Better Spot (Atlanta): Founder Madilynn A. Beck

Providing access to integrative mental healthcare through a secure online community and offline on-demand space.


WellCapped (Atlanta): Shante Frazier

The world’s first wig rental service, making a fresh hairstyle accessible, sustainable, and budget-friendly.


WheelPrice (Atlanta): Co-founders Kyle Mayers and Wally Namane

An online marketplace for enthusiasts to buy and sell automotive parts safely and securely from around the world or right next door.


Getting To Know Techstars Atlanta

This 2023 cohort joins an impressive list of graduates who have gone through the Techstars Atlanta Powered By Cox Enterprises program over the last several years. Venture-backed startups in the Southeast like PadSplit, 2ULaundry, Motivo, Case Status are previous cohort members. 

Congratulations to the chosen startups and founders! Good luck!