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At the other end of the spectrum, we have companies like Liquid which are established and generating revenue and are ready to use Ocean to get to the next stage.” Ocean also recruited a range of business types for the new class, including consumer applications, business to consumer and business to business.
The nine members of the 2016 Ocean class are: Devoo: helps friends connect with activities and discounts Feasty: matches hungry diners with nearby restaurant specials Homefield: engages fans with each other and the game Liquid: provides data collection, management and collaborative resources for scientific research RISR: offers personal coaching for student athletes Spatial: uses social media to analyze sentiment patterns and define the vibe of a neighborhood Spirit Labs: developed Lepton to connect donors with causes, ministries and charities We Help Others: works with churches and nonprofits to generate revenue with underutilized resources We Love Work: matches job candidates to companies by evaluating the compatibility of the candidates’ values with the company culture to improve the success of recruiting and hiring The Ocean participants will work with other founders, entrepreneurs, mentors and subject area experts over the course of their five-month residency at the organization’s work space adjacent to Crossroads Church in Oakley. “As part of their commitment, they give active service to our companies.
So a mentor with a financial background could help a company set up their initial charter of accounts; someone with a marketing background could be helping a company validate an insight.
We are fortunate to have great partners.” Coffee chats with other startup founders and entrepreneurs, including Ocean’s 2015 graduates, provides an opportunity for the current class to share experiences and ask questions.