SWTC Alum Hidrate Accepted To Sprint/Techstars Mobile Health Accelerator


HidrateStartup Weekend Twin Cties 6 alum Hidrate has been accepted into the Sprint Mobile Health Accelerator Powered by Techstars.

Teammates Nadya Nguyen, Alex Feeken, Alex Hambrock, Cole Iverson will spend three months in Kansas City to prepare their smart water bottle for production.

Nguyen says that the team received $120k seed capital upon joining with intentions of crowdfunding a launch campaign in coordination with June 4 demo day.


“We’re so happy to be representing Minnneapolis here,” Nguyen exclaimed as she shared the news.  Here’s a video of their early product demo after three days of hacking away at Startup Weekend Twin Cities 6 last fall: