Accelerator program to broaden Atlanta’s vibrant startup community
It's National Entrepreneur Week! Cox Enterprises recently partnered with Techstars to broaden Atlanta’s vibrant startup community and empower entrepreneurs to build great businesses. Techstars Atlanta - an accelerator program for technology startups - will select, recruit and accelerate the most innovative startups focused on technologies driving positive change in an interconnected world.
JPMorgan Chase and Macomb Community College-backed initiative will provide mentoring and capital to early-stage entrepreneurs, as well as unique learning opportunities for the college’s students
WARREN, Mich., July 21, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Five early-stage businesses from Macomb, Oakland and Washtenaw counties will receive a total of $275,000 in funding in the inaugural round of awards from the Innovation Fund Macomb Community College, Powered by JPMorgan Chase & Co.
JetBlue Airways recently launched its first business mentoring program, called BlueBud (buddies + budding new companies), which will offer small and startup responsible food companies an opportunity to get their businesses off the ground (pun intended) and their products onboard commercial aircraft.
New York-based startup Bombas Socks is poised to revolutionize the sock industry while spreading its message of pushing yourself to “Bee Better.”
Two years ago, after learning that socks are the more requested clothing item at homeless shelters, founders David Heath and Randy Goldberg decided to create a company based on the TOMS shoes plan: One for One.
Environmental and social-impact entrepreneurs invited to compete at SB London on November 18-19
SAN FRANCISCO, September 5, 2013 /3BL Media/ – Sustainable Brands® recently announced that it is expanding its start-up competition to London, England. Environmental and social-impact entrepreneurs with innovative business ideas are encouraged to apply and compete at the Sustainable Brands Innovation Open (SBIO) in conjunction with the SB London conference taking place on November 18-19 at the Lancaster London.
Fourteen startups presented their ideas on how to transform and improve healthcare in the U.S. at a recent event sponsored by Rock Health. Rock Health is a startup accelerator focused on the intersection of healthcare and technology. Rock Health, founded in 2010 as the first accelerator program for health startups, provides digital health entrepreneurs with mentorship, funding, and other resources to get them up and running. It currently has 49 portfolio companies, which have collectively raised over $43 million in funding from a list of prestigious investors.