Fuel, the new accelerator helping supply-chain startups become enterprise ready, has selected several promising businesses for its initial cohort. Fuel is a 16-week collaborative program that brings together enterprises and startups to accelerate innovation in the supply-chain and logistics space.
From last-mile delivery to driver shortages, enterprises face big challenges related to their supply chain. These startups were selected for the initial Fuel cohort because they showed the most potential to deliver tangible solutions:
The Fuel program is facilitated by Startup Junkie and hosted by RevUnit, with official support from Walmart. Fuel brings together a diverse group of more than 30 senior supply chain and logistics experts, including Fortune 500 leaders, tech founders, venture capital firms, higher education institutions, and public policy officials.
The program is hosted in Walmart’s home town of Bentonville, Arkansas, at the Exchange, a venue that was conceived to help bring Northwest Arkansas-based startups and enterprises together for collaboration.
More information about Fuel can be found at www.fuelaccelerator.com.
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