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Accelerators are state or private programs that help new businesses to launch and develop successfully. They provide promising companies with expertise, technologies, and investments. In exchange, they get equity or a share of the company’s profits.

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SOSV — The Accelerator VC — is a venture capital firm with $700 AUM operating global accelerator programs: HAX (Shenzhen/San Francisco) for hardware, IndieBio (San Francisco) and RebelBio (London) for life sciences, Chinaccelerator (Shanghai) and MOX (Taipei) for cross-border internet, Food-X (NYC) for disruptive food, and dlab (NYC) for blockchain… See more

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Y Combinator is a startup accelerator that invests in a large number of startups twice a year. It created a new model for funding early-stage startups. Twice a year, the company invests a small amount of money ($150k) in a large number of startups. The startup accelerator works intensively with the companies for three months, to get them into the best… See more

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MassChallenge is the most startup-friendly accelerator on the planet.No equity and not-for-profit, MassChallenge is obsessed with helping the most-promising startups across industries and regions around the world. In addition to providing expert mentorship, tailored curriculum, and unrivaled access to corporate partners, MassChallenge awards top… See more

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Plug and Play is a seed and early-stage investor focused on great teams leading emerging growth companies. Plug and Play runs 12 industry-specific accelerator programs twice a year, that acts as a platform for major corporations and high quality startups to connect and collaborate.Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, Plug and Play participates in Seed… See more

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Start-Up Chile is a public business accelerator for startups that want to use Chile as a platform to go global. Its one of the biggest and most diverse accelerators in the world. Start-Up Chile has a large portfolio, receiving up to 160 startups per year. This deal flow is represented by 2 distinct programs based on the stage of the startup: TSF: Pre… See more

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Startupbootcamp is a global network of industry-focused startup accelerators that provides investment and mentorship services.Startupbootcamp facilitates this mentorship-driven model by providing startups with essential tools during a 3-month accelerator program. The company provides €15,000 towards living expenses for the team during the program, 6… See more

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Alchemist is a venture-backed accelerator focused on accelerating the development of seed-stage ventures that monetize from enterprises (not consumers). CB Insights rated Alchemist the top accelerator in 2016 based on median funding rates of its grads (YC was #2). The accelerator’s primary screening criteria is on teams, with primacy placed on having… See more

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HAX is a venture capital-based program dedicated to accelerating startups with a hardware element. Their program operates across two locations, Shenzhen and San Francisco, giving founders the resources necessary to move with lightning speed.Teams accepted into the program will start in Shenzhen, where They’ll focus on rapid iteration of prototyping in… See more

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Dreamit is an early-stage venture fund that accelerates startups building transformative tech products in the fields of healthcare, real estate, construction, cybersecurity, and physical security. Dreamit invests in startups with demonstrable traction that are looking to rapidly gain customers, initiate new partnerships and to raise additional capital… See more

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The DMZ at Ryerson University is a business incubator for tech startups in Canada. It helps startups build businesses by connecting it with customers, capital, experts, and a community of entrepreneurs and influencers. This means creating an environment where people can focus on scaling businesses.The DMZ at Ryerson University was founded on 2010 and is… See more