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Two Brooklyn startups have been accepted into a prestigious Manhattan accelerator, Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator.
Two Brooklyn companies were in last winter’s cohort, TwoSen.se and Payfully, both of which have found success from the program.
— ERA (@ERoundtable) June 12, 2017
Bonbouton, based in the Brooklyn Navy Yard’s 1776NY incubator, makes smart clothes laced with graphene, a super thin sheet of carbon which can be freakishly strong and conductive at freakishly thin widths. According to the company, its clothes monitor “skin temperature, heart rate, sweating, and muscle motion.”
PCB:NG is a printed circuit board manufacturer that allows companies to upload files and sends back printed circuit boards. The company says it offers PCBs at 90 percent lower costs than other manufacturers in the space, and has the goal of “making electronics manufacturing accessible for everyone.”
ERA has graduated a good number of startups that have gone on to become successful. Some other previous Brooklyn startups include Dog Parker and Kitsplit have all thrived in recent months. In all, ERA’s alumni have over a $1 billion in market cap.