The IBA was the first globally focused accelerator and still the only sector-agnostic business accelerator in the US.
Wana Family joined the IBA before acquiring a competitor in London. Before the cohort's end, Wana had not only acquired the foreign entity, it picked up a domestic one as well.
Elite Robotics is a 3D Printer and Software company for global robotic needs.
The Labz was a company in the IBA's Blockchain Accelerator for Global Growth cohort at USC taking its digital asset protection solution to foreign markets to serve cross border collaborating musicians.
Loadchief built a cross-border mobile app to lessen the downtime and increase billable hours of commercial delivery drivers.
Infinity is exporting its ergonomically advanced bike seats to 70 countries.
Chai Energy was raising capital from, and expanding into, cross border markets.
Roostoo brought its mock-crypto trading platform to college campuses around the world.
Yummy + Society created a expansion plan for its natural food line to China and South Korea.
Beyrep is a software solution for the home improvement space. Launched in California, expanding to the UK and Canada.
TerraNimbus is exporting its healthy, non-toxic solutions to some of global farming's biggest problems.
Eiva is a machine learning chatbot to address the access and flow of knowledge in corporate and enterprise settings.
LA Photo Party had a chicken and egg conundrum. Sales from the UK don't quite justify opening an office and establishing corporate operations there? Yet, will opening that office push sales to the point of justifying it?
iPill entered our Blockchain for Global Growth accelerator at USC. Led by a medical doctor, the team created and took purchase offers for a blockchain enabled biometric feedback system to address opioid abuse and oversdose.