invisionAZ and StartupAZ Announce EmergeAZ Fast Grant Awardees

invisionAZ and StartupAZ are pleased to announce the first round of EmergeAZ Fast Grantees. The following are our first five awardees:

CYR3CON: CYR3CON uses artificial intelligence to predict what cybersecurity vulnerabilities hackers will attack. The SaaS-based platform, originally developed from Arizona State technology under DoD funding, enables large Fortune 500 clients to actively prevent emerging cyberattacks

Upfront: Upfront is a behavioral operating system for the frontline workforce that maximizes revenue and retention by improving execution of critical sales, service and safety standards. Upfront elevates frontline workers, empowers frontline managers, protects consumers, and drives immediate profitable growth for business owners.

Dovly, Inc.: Dovly is the first fully automated credit repair platform, based on a sophisticated algorithm proven to increase consumer credit scores. With an advanced repair engine that tracks, manages, and fixes credit, Dovly help consumers as well as the credit-driven businesses that are trying to reach them.

YellowBird Holdings Inc.: YellowBird provides on-demand environmental, health, and safety professionals for companies who are unable to hire a full-time employee. The company matches the right people into companies on a gig basis helping businesses accelerate safety goal attainment.

Televëda Systems LLC: televëda is an online interactive platform where adults 65+ meet, engage and stay active by participating in virtual social and recreational activities. televëda’s classes support physical, cognitive, and social well-being at senior centers, senior living communities, and cities.

The applications for the EmergeAZ Fast Grant will be reviewed on a rolling basis until funds are exhausted. Arizona based startups that are in revenue, have been in existence for at least 12-months and have five or more employees may be eligible to apply for the grant.

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