- Events and Networking
- CBS Startup Stories
Alkemy - Federico Repetto ’20
Alkemy is a training platform for trainee software developers to accelerate and certify their skills to become job-ready developers. Program participants can earn scholarships and connect with hundreds of partner companies looking to make new hires.
Avec Drinks - Denetrias Charlemagne ’20 & Alexander Doman ’20
Avec believes your drink should be both delicious & better for you, replacing your old mixer - soda water, ginger beer, juice - with a new, guilt-free version.
Frameology - Ben Koren ’11
Frameology’s mission is to be the #1 choice for elevating your photos to keep your memories close through a combination of quality, convenience, affordability, and sustainability.
GenEQTY- Dionne Gumbs ’07
GenEqTY’s mission is to remove obstacles and use technology to give business owners the power to build meaningful wealth and create immeasurable economic impact.
Kara Water - Bill Irvine ’18
Kara Water is the world's first 9.2+ pH antioxidant-alkaline air-to-water dispenser that makes up to 300 liters of alkaline water per month.
Lettey - Jessica Rosner ’21
Lettey is a mobile app that enables renters to live near the people they love by connecting them with their social and extended networks.
oNesto - Ben Silluzio ’20
oNesto is a platform of tools and information to help improve your finances, health, and mental wellbeing. Learn how to save, spend and invest effectively and efficiently.
Pallo - Sanin Mody ’11
Pallo is your all-in-one tax and accounting app built for the self-employed, freelance and gig-economy.
R3SET - Barton Warner ’90
R3SET offers day & night botanical stress supplements formulated by a group of experts with over 100+ years of scientific, medical and product development experience.
CAVA is an industry-agnostic, no-fee/ no equity virtual accelerator supported by Columbia Business School's Eugene M. Lang Entrepreneurship Center. CAVA’s mission is to enhance and enable early-stage CBS alumni startups across the globe through support and mentorship. CAVA cohorts run quarterly for 12-week terms during which companies must participate in virtual meetings and workshops. These meetings foster a strong support network of peers as well as provide knowledge and resources to help take the cohort’s businesses to the next level. The term culminates in an invite-only, virtual demo day. Visit our CAVA accelerator website for information on companies from past cohorts.
Interested in learning more about CAVA or the Lang Entrepreneurship Center’s resources and programs? Reach us at [email protected]