SEAL 2022 Decision Day
Join the LaunchPad for our 14th annual SEAL Decision Day where the top UT startups teams announce their go or no-go decisions!
Student Entrepreneur Acceleration & Launch (SEAL) is the capstone accelerator program at UT Austin as it drives the top startups from across campus to confront the next market-defined go or no-go decision.
SEAL matches each team with industry-specific mentors and leads discussions with experienced entrepreneurs and technical experts to get the real-world insights on the most common early stage Go / No-Go decisions.
We invite you to attend our in-person Decision Day on August 3rd from 1-4 pm CST.
This event is free and open to the public.
Our SEAL 2022 cohort includes 9 UT Austin teams:
BiteSize Sports delivers sports news via email to its subscribers in major sports markets.
Brew Pots works to divert spent grain waste from landfills and reduces the use of plastic in the gardening sector by using spent grain for compostable pots.
Cornerstone is building a centralized and shared platform to unite homeowners, general contractors, and trade partners, providing them with the most streamlined and efficient project management, payment, and communication solutions.
GoodRithms‘ software is designed to provide behavioral health specialists access to patient real time behavioral, lifestyle, and mood data for deeper understanding of the social and behavioral contexts.
hifive is addressing the needs of a three-sided marketplace by offering a web-based application allowing employees to receive recognition via customer service reviews and contactless gratuity through QR code technology.
Numa is a blockchain based AI startup focused on tracking and managing music royalties and rights in the metaverse.
Outmore’s mission is to help people spend more time outdoors by creating the most comfortable outdoor living experience ever.
Pike Robotics is an oil and gas storage tank inspection robot and reporting software
Wellworks produces cash flow for re-work orphaned, idle, and abandoned oil wells through methane emissions reduction and carbon sequestration.
Now in its 14th year, alumni have raised over $200M in investment and generated over $500M in value. Notable alumni include Favor (acquired by HEB), M87 (acquired by XCOM), Lynx Labs (acquired by Occipital), Accordion Health (acquired by Evolent Health), Disco Learning Media (acquired by ProBility Media), Ordoro, Rabbet, Apptronik, EQO, Flo Recruit and Elite Sweets.
Most startups participating in SEAL have removed significant scientific or technical risk through lab prototypes, pilot deployments, or early sales. Given that, most Go / No-Go Decisions center on “scalability” questions around the core business model components.