(St. Louis Business Journal) 3 St. Louis startups win funding from Danforth Center/Wells Fargo incubator program
The Wells Fargo Innovation Incubator (IN2) has unveiled the accelerator program’s new agtech track, which includes seven startups that will use the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center to advance technologies focused on climate change.
The seven startups selected for the program include three companies headquartered in St. Louis. Another company, headquartered in Maine, has a research laboratory in the St. Louis region. There also are companies from California and Nebraska. As part of the incubator program, each startup selected will receive up to $250,000 in non-dilutive funding that can be used for technical support and field trial projects. IN2 said this year’s cohort of companies focuses on firms that have technologies and products targeting the effects of climate change on global food systems.
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