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Topic: Startup Accelerator Spotlight
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Hax is the world’s first and largest hardware accelerator helping businesses go from prototype to market.
IGNITE is ideal for very early stage businesses who may not have as much capital or planning in place to participate in other accelerators and a good first step on the path to an incubator program.
ABQid believes a founder’s self-awareness and overall fitness are keys to company success, so our program weaves personal development into the core of the experience from start to finish.
The Harbor Accelerator contains a wealth of knowledge from experts and mentors within the industry to help educate early stage company founders on how to build a business.
Aarambh Ventures believes there are original thinkers and innovators in India, and our pursuit of innovation will not stop until we find them and help them grow into successful entrepreneurs.
EVC Ventures helps entrepreneurs turn ideas into unicorns. Their investment thesis is focused on enabling American and Indian enterprise software, consumer Internet, Edtech, AI, Adtech, Gaming and Security startups to be successful.
More than 200 million women entrepreneurs across the globe are operating new businesses. We’ve provided insight into the ecosystem supporting women entrepreneurship in the United States by developing a listing of startup accelerators that focus on the female entrepreneur and their companies.
Aviatra not only address the challenges women face when it comes to business ownership, but we also recognize and maximize the exceptional strengths that are unique to the female entrepreneur.
StartX is an educational non-profit with a mission to accelerate the development of the highest-potential founders out of Stanford. Everything we do is designed to support founders for life, not just for the life of their companies.