AMMA Healing Joins Jon Brumley Texas Venture Labs Fall 2020 Cohort
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The AMMA Healing team is excited and honored to announce our participation in the Jon Brumley Texas Venture Labs Fall semester cohort. The esteemed University of Texas-Austin program is designed to create top-notch, real-world learning experiences for graduate students while providing the resources to boost participating businesses to the next level.
Part of the University of Texas at Austin’s McCombs School of Business, TVL was founded in 2010 and claims several successes, including RideScout, which was bought by a Daimler AG subsidiary, and Gazzang, which was bought by Cloudera, a California big-data analytics company.
AMMA is one of 14 companies selected to work with multi-disciplinary teams in the TVL practicum course. Among the diverse range of industries, founders, and technologies, AMMA was the only hemp wellness brand chosen to participate. Our product, ELEVATE, is also the only alcohol alternative product.
“As an Austin startup, we are honored to participate in UT’s program by offering a real experience for business students to learn how companies remain agile and scale during economic turbulence,” said Danielle Sunberg, Co-Founder of AMMA Healing.
“I’m thrilled to be participating in TVL. We have been impressed by their students so far, and know they will bring a lot of value to our organization,” said Ted Moskovitz, Co-Founder of AMMA Healing.
To learn more about the program, please visit: http://blogs.mccombs.utexas.edu/texasventurelabs/2020/08/20/announcing-the-fall-2020-tvl-accelerator-cohort/
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