We offer a workspace to startups and new ventures as we as access to the resources you need, all under one roof. In addition to a desk or office, we provide resident companies with access to expert advisors, mentors, administrative support, office equipment, training, and/or potential investors.
The Support You Need
Operating a startup can be lonely and challenging. That’s where an incubator can help. When you work within an incubator, you get support from mentors and those sponsoring you. Besides emotional support, they can provide direction, experience and knowledge. Plus, you have the support of other founders in the program with you.
Additionally you will get:
- Investor access, There is also time to meet and mingle with investors. This opportunity can open the door to additional funding offers, especially when the investors see that the accelerator program has helped you further develop your startup into something that shows the potential for return.
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- An accelerator program packs in so much information from the years of experience and skills that each mentor or accelerator manager has amassed. This concentrated form of information allows you to speed up what you are doing with your startup. Instead of reinventing the wheel, you are leveraging their years of accumulated wisdom to launch your startup in a more calculated, strategic way. Clearly, this can improve your chances of success.
- A gateway to future customers
- Focus on teaching you the skills that are essential for running a business, including sales and marketing, communications, finance and even some technical skills.
- We can help identify the risks within your concept and help you work on minimizing them. Also, those within the program can provide you with direction in proactively taking on risk and managing it effectively.
- A bigger-picture, long-term view
- A springboard to launch a more diversified offering or expand into a new market.