CO.LAB is relaunching its GIGTANK accelerator program to bring together a cohort of six startups from the private sector. The program has researchers from the university setting that work with IoT, Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning, Smart Cities, VR/AR, Big Data Analytics and E-Gaming technologies to apply a robust set of resources to scale projects.
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Tulsa, Oklahoma is rising in ranks as a hotbed for business and entrepreneurship in the United States. Find out what accelerators, makerspaces, investors are helping grow this ecosystem.
El Paso aka “The Crossing” is quickly becoming one of the country’s new urban centers. Situated right on the United States-Mexico border, the city is over 75% Latino heritage. The petroleum, mining and defense industries boost the city’s economy and startup ecosystem.
Founded on faith and the pursuit of knowledge, Brigham Young University is a private institution that prides itself in a creative environment that encourages innovation, entrepreneurship, and cultivates strong values. Not only does BYU set a high standard for its students, but the university also maintains a standard of excellence through its faculty and resources.
Nicknamed the “Cornhusker State,” Lincoln is Nebraska’s state capital and second most populous city. Here are the investors, accelerators, maker spaces and more that make its entrepreneurial ecosystem.
TheHive is a 5-month program for entrepreneurs, new immigrants, and returning citizens to Israel with tools and mentoring to create and develop their startup in Israel. We assist to scale the startup to the rest of the world.
Home of the Kentucky Derby, Louisville is Kentucky’s largest city and a growing hub of entrepreneurship. It’s even ranked in the Top 15 Cities for women in tech!
Richmond may be the capital of Virginia, but it’s also growing in population and entrepreneurship activity. Find out what accelerators, investors, and makerspaces are found in Richmond’s diverse entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Madison is Wisconsin’s second-largest city with a growing entrepreneurial ecosystem. In 2016, it was named one of the nation’s best cities for young entrepreneurs.
Greenville is becoming one of the fastest growing cities in the nation. Find out how this is happening by exploring the accelerators, investors, incubators, and more that make up its entrepreneurial ecosystem.