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Our Urban Innovators


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Our Urban Innovators


Tumml supports entrepreneurs developing high-growth, high-impact products and services that solve pressing urban challenges. Below are examples of current and past cohort companies:

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A career development platform that re-imagines the hiring process while working to build a more inclusive workforce.

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An online platform that empowers homeless and disabled individuals through the celebration and sale of their artwork.

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A commuter shuttle service that builds better transit routes by learning commuter habits and preferences.

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A web, mobile, and hardware product that helps companies and governments build better and safer cities.

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An integrated urban market and farm that incorporates indoor agricultural systems to grow and sell food in the same place.

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An app that allows users to check their Food Assistance account balances and calculate the cost of goods and coupons as they shop.

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A search engine and information network for America’s law enforcement agencies.
 

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The fastest way to mobilize thousands of local people for campaigns, events, and projects you care about.

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A mobile donation platform
for the homeless and other neighbors in need.


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An on-demand, multi-pickup ridesharing solution matching cars with multiple riders. (Acquired by Lyft)

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An online platform where users can learn about, promote, and support ballot measures.
 

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An easy way to apply to multiple preschools online and manage the preschool admission process.


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An online platform that helps makers find spaces for their activities, like workshops and commercial kitchens.

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A community investment marketplace helping people improve their cities and invest in the issues they care about.

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A mobile app that empowers consumers to make smarter and more responsible purchasing decisions.

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A big data solution to parking that enables navigation devices and apps to guide drivers on the best routes to find available spots.

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An online platform that connects local vendors and makers with unique opportunities to "pop up" their brands.

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Provides busy parents with all of the portioned ingredients and instructions to make healthy and fun lunches for their little ones.

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A social pinboard for local and community events.



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Software to help incarcerated citizens transition back into society by connecting all corrections stakeholders.

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A personal journaling platform and therapy marketplace to improve the world’s mental health.
 

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A food company that employs and empowers low-income youth to produce locally-sourced, boxed lunches.

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An app that allows you to give $1 a day to a nonprofit of your choice for free.
 

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A suite of tools that transforms water utility data into financial and conservation solutions for the community.

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A blue collar, online identity service that makes it easier to find work in the trades.
 

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Some Testimonials


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Some Testimonials


“The most valuable part was being able to have access to government leaders, which my own community and network wasn’t allowing me to do.”

HandUp would not exist without Tumml.
— Rose Broome, HandUp Co-Founder
“When I first met Julie, and her co-founder Clara, HandUp was just an idea. Their support has been instrumental in getting us off the ground. They are home for a new kind of startup, urban ventures with social missions.”

The most valuable part was being able to have access to government leaders, which my own community and network wasn’t allowing me to do.
— Tejal Shah, KidAdmit Co-Founder
“Tumml was uniquely suited to our needs. They connected us to government agencies, apprenticeship programs, and unions in a way that your typical tech accelerator couldn’t.”

Tumml was uniquely suited to our needs. They connected us to government agencies, apprenticeship programs, and unions in a way that your typical tech accelerator couldn’t.
— Patrick Cushing, Workhands Co-Founder
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NETWORK


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NETWORK


Designed to help entrepreneurs meet the regulatory and legislative challenges of operating in cities, Tumml entrepreneurs work closely with our Mentors through one-on-one office hours and group lectures. Tumml's Mentorship Board is comprised of a national network of civic and government leaders, investors, and successful urban innovators from firms like:

Tumml cohort companies have gone on to raise millions of dollars from an impressive array of sources, including angels, Micro-VCs, VCs, corporate funders, and foundations, such as: