Recently, Cox Enterprises announced the 2021 class of the Cox Enterprises Social Impact Accelerator powered by Techstars, now in its second year, will shift its focus to support for-profit companies that are addressing social justice and systemic racism issues. The three-month program will provide hands-on mentoring, funding and global connections to 10 for-profit, mission-driven companies.
Techstars Atlanta is back and with a brand-new class of 10 startups. As the sole sponsor for the fifth consecutive year, Cox offers up-and-coming companies vital funding and advisement to expand Atlanta’s economy and culture of innovation.
Join us online for Cox Enterprises Social Impact Accelerator powered by Techstars Virtual Demo Day! Register to gain access to ten of our founder company presentations. Access will become available on Thursday, May 28, 2020 at 5:00pm EDT. Your registration confirmation will provide you with a specific viewing URL.
Imagine a world where Netflix makes your kids smarter, and Youtube is safe. A world where K-12 children can live-stream classes from the very best instructors in courses like robotics, microbiology, chemistry and engineering (like Peleton classes, but for STEM education).
As Barclays’ global fintech programme, the Barclays Accelerator, powered by Techstars, celebrates the graduation of its 100th company, we talk to three Barclays leaders about partnering with the disruptors – and helping define the future of finance.
Program accelerating growth for startups across the Southeast and around the globe
ATLANTA, July 17, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Techstars Atlanta is presented in partnership with Cox Enterprises and is part of a worldwide network that helps entrepreneurs succeed. Today, Techstars Atlanta announced the 10 companies selected to participate in the 2017 program. Applications came from 41 countries around the globe for the 10 coveted spots.
Applications end April 9th for startup accelerator program
April 3, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Techstars Atlanta, presented in partnership with Cox Enterprises, is accepting applications for its 2017 class through April 9th. Techstars is an internationally recognized accelerator program that boosts entrepreneurs' early stage business and product development efforts through focused education, mentorship and funding. Historically, Techstars companies go on to average more than $2 million raised in outside capital after the program.
Every company starts with a spark of entrepreneurship. For Cox Enterprises, it started with James M. Cox, a former schoolteacher and news reporter, who, at the age of 28, set out to own a newspaper. Over a century later, that family business earns more than $20 billion in annual revenue and employs more than 60,000 worldwide.
The Barclays Accelerator, powered by Techstars, welcomed a new generation of fintech gamechangers to its London programme last week.
The accelerator, which also operates programmes in New York, Cape Town and Tel Aviv, lasts for 13 weeks. The current cohort is London’s fourth.
With help from Barclays, Techstars and a team of high-level mentors, the participants aim to evolve their business propositions and solve problems at the cutting edge of fintech: from artificial intelligence to cybersecurity, from blockchain to identity.