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Meet Batch 7

Today the Thunder Launchpad fueled by MidFirst Bank and StitchCrew announced the nine companies graduating from their spring cohort, marking the seventh group of businesses to complete the program. Seven of the nine businesses are female-founded, and the companies cover a wide array of industries from fashion to finances and personal well-being.

A total of nine startups were selected to go through the program run by StitchCrew in partnership with the Oklahoma City Thunder. The startups completed 12-week program culminating with Demo Day, which will take place this Thursday, May 27 at Chesapeake Energy Arena. At Demo Day, founders will present their company to a curated audience made up of investors, community stakeholders and business leaders.

The nine businesses to graduate from the Thunder Launchpad include:

Apply U - Filling the gap in college and career counseling for high school students, advisors and counselors.

Bundil - Invests your spare change from debit and credit card purchases into digital and traditional asset classes for your future. Fetxh - A visual search engine for online shopping.

Gleu - A mobile app simplifying the process of scheduling between retail buyers and fashion brands, pre, during and post Fashion Week.

N5pace - Interactive, immersive and engaging consumer experiences.

SoleVenture - All-in-one platform automating incorporation, benefits enrollment, tax estimation, and invoicing for freelancers.

Thumbline - Construction tech devices enhancing users’ ability to measure and passively collect data on the jobsite.

Vidaly - Engaging one-platform solution transcending traditional models of building wellbeing in youth. Prodigy Math meets wellbeing education.

Viva VitaVirtual reality for retirement communities connecting older adults to the world.

This marks the non-equity accelerator's seventh cohort. Since the program launched three years ago, it has supported 70 companies, including this latest batch.


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