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EndeavorLAB closes out their first ever Boca Raton cohort

on August 1, 2022 / by Nikki Cabus ,

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On Wednesday, July 27th, Endeavor closed out their EndeavorLAB Boca Raton cohort at the Boca Raton Innovation Campus, or “BRiC,” the birthplace of IBM’s personal computer.

BRiC is now a state-of-the-art, accessible 1.7 million square foot office park that is a magnet for forward thinkers in technology and life sciences. The campus is home to many innovative companies such as Modernizing Medicine who are continuing to transform the tech landscape in South Florida.

EndeavorLAB is a two-month, audience-specific, accelerated growth program designed to support local early-stage companies in establishing their business foundations post-revenue generation.

Claudia Duran and Mayor Scott Singer

Powered by the City of Boca Raton’s Economic Development office, there were representatives from the City of Boca Raton, Boca’s new Innovation Strategist, Maria Hernandez, and Boca Raton’s Mayor Scott Singer all in attendance.

“Hearing the audience exchange compliments about the founders and express genuine interest in their companies put a huge smile on my face,” wrote Claudia Duran, Managing Director of Endeavor Miami, in a recent social media post.

“With the expertise and guidance of our Endeavor Mentor network, these entrepreneurs quickly developed their foundations for scale.”

Participants of the EndeavorLAB cohort powered by the City of Boca Raton include:

  • Flo-Ops increases student engagement by merging the academic and non-academic world into a modern and intuitive mobile app. Flo-Ops is a one-stop-shop app that consolidates all EdTech solutions through REST APIs while creating a community for both the instructional and non academic activities through communication, organization and collaboration.
  • ReachLink provides online therapy services for people seeking assistance with improving their mental health.
  • Inc. enables founders to scale their business by offering an integrated, streamlined path to achieve and show proof of a solid security posture to their clients in only a few days.
  • Synchronyx designed a novel medication companion and digital connected health solution for healthcare stakeholders and their patient populations with chronic and medically complex conditions. Through the integration of smart labels and action-driven algorithms, its platform empowers teams to proactively identify nonadherence, worsening outcomes, and barriers to care, and ensure timely care connections with automated and human touchpoints.
  • Total Brokerage is an all-in-one back office for real estate brokerages.
  • Ultimaxx Health is a privately held early stage Pharma Company that develops, and partners with developers of, innovative plant-based medicines, products and natural solutions for pressing public health problems, chronic conditions and general health and wellness. The Company is also engaged in other relevant research, strategic partnerships and business development activities that benefit and or are synergistic with its mission and overall objectives.
  • WorkStory (formerly GetSpeedBack) takes the hassle out of employee performance management by collecting feedback and data within your workflow. By replacing the traditional performance review process, WorkStory increases employee engagement and organizational efficiency while saving time.

Endeavor is on a mission to support more startups and entrepreneurs across the state of Florida. Endeavor Miami launched in September 2013 with the support of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation as the first U.S. affiliate of Endeavor Global, but is now expanding to more of the tri-county region supporting startups in both Broward and Palm Beach counties. Congrats to Endeavor and all the companies involved!


EndeavorLAB closes out their first ever Boca Raton cohort