Today we’re excited to announce that Loadster, founded by Andy Hawkes, has joined the 2019 TinySeed accelerator batch. Loadster is a load testing SaaS for websites, web apps, and APIs. Slow or crashed sites can be costly and embarrassing, and Loadster helps these customers get meaningful, actionable insights quickly and easily. Loadster can spin up a large number of server instances in 15 global regions to simulate load (with more regions coming soon), and first-time users can typically run their first load test within minutes.Read More
The next company in our 2019 accelerator batch is Branch founded by Peter Suhm, located in Glasgow, Scotland. Branch is a continuous integration service built for WordPress developers; building, testing and deploying WordPress projects with very little configuration. Peter launched his first product, WP Pusher, in 2015 while on a mission to bring a better developer experience to the WordPress ecosystem.Read More
We’re excited to announce the next company in our 2019 accelerator batch: ClientSherpa, a client intake automation suite for law firms founded by Brian Marble, from Portsmouth, NH. ClientSherpa allows attorneys to set up a fully automated intake process including consultation scheduling, custom online intake forms, automated reminders, document generation and e-signature, all in just a few minutes. Launched in 2018 as a finalist in the Clio LAUNCH//CODE competition, ClientSherpa is expanding through integrations with additional providers to bring automation to small firms. This is Bryan's second #legaltech SaaS business, having previously grown and sold AmazeLaw, a CMS and marketing platform for law firms in 2017.Read More
We’re excited to include Gather in TinySeed’s 2019 accelerator batch, founded by Scottie and Brian Elliott. Gather is a new breed of tool for the Interior Design & Architecture industry. Their mission is to create the worlds’ most comprehensive specification platform, allowing teams to create, organize, and track products and materials effortlessly. Beyond providing a superior way for design firms to handle specification management, Gather also enables powerful, real-time discussion and collaboration for busy organizations.Read More
The next company joining TinySeed’s 2019 accelerator batch is SimSaaS, founded by Matt Wensing in Austin, Texas. SimSaaS’s goal is to drop the cost of forecasting a SaaS business to nearly zero. By doing so, founders and investors will learn about their particular businesses, and SaaS in general, exponentially faster. SimSaaS is an operational tool and a sandbox for founders and investors to develop new strategies before deploying them into production, i.e. real life, where the stakes are highest.Read More
Today we’re delighted to announce the next company in our 2019 accelerator batch: Reimbi founded by David Heller (Portland, Oregon, USA) and Paul Trojanowski (Kielce, Poland). Reimbi was built to address the difficult and lengthy process of reimbursing job candidates for interview expenses. The founders have developed unique expertise in B2C payments using networks like Venmo and Paypal, and in optimizing the reimbursement experience for candidates. Launched in September 2017, Reimbi helps their customers provide an exceptional candidate experience and saves hundreds of hours of work each month.Read More
Since applications closed for our first accelerator batch on February 15th, we’ve been hard at work narrowing down the nearly 900 submissions. We are astounded by the sheer number and quality of applications we received from so many bootstrapped companies from all over the world.
Over the next few weeks we’ll be highlighting the founders and companies that we’ve chosen to be part of TinySeed’s first batch. Today we’re excited to share our first company: Castos founded by Craig Hewitt.Read More