Elmspring Accelerator Announces the First Five Startups Participating in elmspring 2017

The elmspring class of 2017 includes an impressive list of companies looking to innovate

The first five companies invited to join elmspring 2017 have been announced. This premiere real estate accelerator supports technology startups through a robust network of real estate and venture partners. The session will begin on June 26, 2017, welcoming a variety of real estate disruptors and solutions.

Founded by real estate entrepreneurs Thomas Bretz and Adam Freeman, the elmspring accelerator is an intensive, four-month program which includes educational and networking opportunities for the participants.

Each startup receives seed capital, access to elmspring’s impressive network of advisors and mentors, office space at Chicago’s tech hub 1871 and a host of professional services and resources. They also participate in a Rush Event, pitching to over 300 investors, customers, and partners.

“We are particularly excited about the 2017 class which expands real estate into IoT, airports as real estate, and startups in the services industry looking to service developers and property owners alike. There’s never been a better time to invest in tech, real estate and startups in Chicago!” says Board member and Founder, Tom Bretz.

From turnkey housekeeping and a Total Home Manager solution, to tech for the private flight industry, elmspring is looking to invest and impact real estate in many ways. Some of these solutions, like streamlined property tax and energy solutions are cutting costs as well as cutting edge.

“The elmspring class of 2017 includes an impressive list of companies looking to innovate. We look forward to partnering and mentoring them to help exceed their professional expectations,” says elmspring Executive Director Bob…

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