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Bunker Labs announces final 5 in #BunkerBattle

The grand finale of the veteran-focused pitch competition goes down June 23.

The schedule for the #BunkerBattle. (Screenshot)

A battle has been raging across D.C. for several weeks now — the #BunkerBattle.
Alexandria-based Bunker Labs has thus far hosted two rounds of its pitch-off focused on veteran- and spouse-founded startups. And now the date and lineup for the finals is set. Five startups will face off June 23 at WeWork’s new K Street location. Remember, there’s $25,000 on the line.

Here’s who will be competing in the finals:

  • Dark Cubed — a D.C.-based cybersecurity startup that “gives companies the ability to discover and respond to threats faster, without requiring highly paid analysts.”
  • Reki Travel — a Texas-based startup that is “modernizing DIY travel.”
  • Cyber Timez — a company that creates wearable devices, often in the accessibility space.
  • Kaizen Health — a Chicago-based startup that seeks to “improve access to healthcare through dependable non-emergency medical transportation.”
  • Printocracy — a service that allows those with 3D printers to quote 3D prints directly from their sites. Printocracy, according to the event page, is a “wild entry.”

So there you have it — the winner of this final pitch event will walk away with $25,000 in prize money and $25,000 in services from Kiwi Tech, a Bunker Labs partner.
Want to be there to see who emerges on top? You can RSVP here.

Companies: WeWork

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