Cabsolutely taps into Nashville market


An alum of one of the Start Co. accelerators is launching in Nashville. Cabsolutely, a cloud-based taxi dispatch and rider app, has formed a partnership with Kwik Cab, a Nashville cab company, clearing the way for Cabsolutely to move into the Nashville market. In 2014, the company formed partnerships with Premier Transportation, Yellow and Checker Cab.


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DivorceSecure startup streamlines divorce process


The process of going through a divorce is typically described as difficult, often painful, and filled with paperwork. However, Hirsch Serman and Noam Davidovics, CEO/Co-Founder and CTO/Co-Founder of DivorceSecure respectively, have launched a Turbo-Tax based program to help simplify the process. DivorceSecure is designed for use by divorce attorneys and their clients. The overall result is increased efficiency for attorneys and a clear, automated outline to help guide the clients through the process.


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Local web app connects the college search to social media


Brian Summerhill chose to launch his business idea through Start Co. before he was accepted into the accelerator program. His idea was based on the realization that school guidance counselors, with an average caseload of 500 students, are struggling to help their students find the right college fit. He developed MyCollegeSTREAM as a web application that helps guidance counselors get students engaged in the college search process by using college social media.


“Seventy-five percent of high school students research college on social media, and there are plenty of accounts floating around across Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. MyCollegeSTREAM has found a way to harness these accounts onto one platform, making them easily accessible to students so that when they visit their guidance counselor, they will have a better idea of the college they are considering, as well as potential majors and future careers,” explained Summerhill.

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