Endeavor Miami selects 10 startups for its Spring Scaleup Cohort – and they are …

 Endeavor Miami announced 10 companies selected for its Spring 2024 Endeavor ScaleUp cohort. The entrepreneurship organization’s 4-month long ScapeUp Program for growth-stage companies offers mentorship, access to capital, and an extensive network of industry leaders and peers.

The cohort companies represent Fintech, Enterprise Software, Mobility & Supply Chain, and Healthcare, reflecting South Florida’s economy’s broad spectrum of innovation. 53% of the participants are from underrepresented ethnic backgrounds, and 20% are women founders, according to Endeavor Miami.

These 17 entrepreneurs participating in the cohort have raised over $35 million in funding, enabling expansion across the Americas and Europe. Together, these companies have collectively seen a 250% growth rate and generated revenue of over $17 million in 2023, with expectations of exceeding $41 million in revenue this year. They employ nearly 240 people.

The Endeavor MIami Spring ScaleUp Cohort memers (descriptions provided by Endeavor):

Fit:match, of Fort Lauderdale, uses patented, 3D body-shape technology to match consumers with the garments that fit them best, eliminating guesswork and driving conversion and loyalty, while reducing returns. The technology has proven applications beyond retail, including healthcare, and sports science. Entrepreneur: Haniff Brown, Founder & CEO

Haddy, of St. Petersburg, is an applied additive manufacturing company transforming the furniture supply chain. It delivers durable, beautiful, and cost-efficient products, reshaping production through regional manufacturing and scalability. Entrepreneurs: John Rogers, Co-Founder & CEO, and Kyle Rowe, Co-Founder & CTO

Infinity Doctors, of Miami, is an international “one-stop shop” health platform for enterprises’ customers and employees. Entrepreneur: Fabio Cristilli, Founder & CEO

KashIO, of Miami, is a platform as a service for digital payments and bill automation in LATAM. Their platform allows companies and institutions to automate their accounts payable and accounts receivable processes with Open Banking Technology in the cloud. Entrepreneurs: Antonio J Rolando, Co-Founder & CEO, Francisco Egocheaga, Co-Founder & COO, and Gary Urteaga, Co-Founder & CBO

Koywe, of Miami,  is building the best Payment Ecosystem for cross-border businesses in Latin America, allowing their customers to operate across markets in an easy, cheap and fast way. Entrepreneurs: Ignacio Detmer, Co-Founder & CEO, and Guillermo Acuña, Co-Founder & CTO

KUSHAE, of West Palm Beach, is the first and only women’s health brand developed by an OB/GYN, creating innovative and effective non-toxic topical & internal products for all stages of a woman’s life, from menstruation to menopause. Entrepreneurs: Kimba Williams, Co-Founder & CEO, and Dr. Barbara McLaren, Co-Founder & President

MagicLog, of Miami, is a white-labeled platform designed to modernize and digitize the end-to-end customer experience of SME logistics providers, reducing operational costs and increasing new and retained sales revenue in weeks. Entrepreneur: Carlos Salazar, Founder & CEO

Real Grader measures, manages and maximizes digital presence for real estate professionals. Their most popular product is the Instacard – The Digital Business Card, used by over 500,000 real estate agents. Entrepreneurs: Alex Montalenti, Co-Founder & CEO, and Daniel Radu, Co-Founder & CTO

Simplenight, of Miami, enables hyper-personalized booking and ordering of anything, anywhere, anytime. Simplenight’s omnichannel platform for travel, lifestyle and more is utilizing generative AI and providing the booking digitalization and infrastructure to shape the future of commerce and data. Entrepreneur: Mark Halberstein, Founder & CEO

Spontivly, of St. Petersburg, is a data analytics tool that integrates with a company’s suite of tools to allow for greater insights and efficiencies. The Tampa Bay startup’s goal is to make data easily accessible by empowering teams with simple data dashboards. Entrepreneurs: Marissa Huggins, Co-Founder & COO, and Anthony Nagendraraj, Co-Founder & CEO.

Endeavor’s Miami affiliate was established in 2013, with the support of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, as the first U.S. affiliate of the global Endeavor organization. Miami’s Endeavor Entrepreneurs generated over $900M+ in revenues and employed over 6,000 individuals in 2023. With the addition of its newest companies, the affiliate currently supports 35 companies and 60 Endeavor Entrepreneurs.


Nancy Dahlberg