San Diego’s CyberTECH, a local technology membership group, recently announced that it has added 11 more startup companies to its Entrepreneur in Residence program.
Companies in the program get six months of low-rent occupancy at CyberTECH’s office in the Manpower building in Bankers Hill.
CyberTECH previously announced the addition of two groups of startups to its program. Adding the third cohort means CyberTECH’s EIR program now includes more than 25 firms in the program. The organization intends to have more than 100 San Diego-based startups in the program by the end of 2017.
The latest startups added are Authenticated Reality, Gamxing, What Tax Form, Citadel Drone Management Solutions, VUEZ, SaasMax, Benefunder, The One Seed Communications, NXT Robotics, Beartha, Lumafi and INFRA Vulnerability Assessment.
The cohort’s lead mentor is Ret. Adm. Ted N. Branch, who recently joined CyberTECH after a 37-year Naval career as an aviator, carrier ship commander and intelligence officer.
CyberTECH provides resources, programs, and leadership events for entrepreneurs and companies in the cybersecurity and “internet of things” space. Its members are business and finance groups, academic and research institutions, and government and nonprofit organizations.