Alliance Forge Accepted into RNOX Accelerator Spring Cohort

Alliance Forge is one of 3 companies selected for the spring cohort of RNOX, the Reno tech accelerator. RNOX hosts a Rapid Entrepreneurial Accelerated Launch (R.E.A.L.) program annually. The program provides day-to-day mentorship over the course of 16 weeks.

Alliance Forge was started up by David Espinosa, who was running as a Republican candidate for District 31 in the Nevada State Assembly. The COVID-19 pandemic showed a true limitation with reaching out to campaign when face-to-face is no longer an option. He was inspired to design a cost-effective text messaging platform which would suit the needs of all those running a voter campaign. The beta version offered voter message personalization, custom responses, and a comprehensive reporting suite.

Alliance Forge is now working to commercialize the software. As of November, it was in use by 40 different campaigns across 16 different States. Alliance Forge is hoping the accelerator will help guide them to success in their development and commercialization processes.

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