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.
Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator (ERA) is New York City’s leading technology accelerator and early-stage venture capital fund. It has invested in more than 200 start-ups since launching in 2011. Its alumni companies, who come from all over the world, are already playing leading roles in the evolution of virtually every major global industry. To date… See more
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
AngelPad is a seed-stage accelerator program that finds product market fit, defining a target market to get first validation for a company.AngelPad is a startup Accelerator & MicroVC Fund, founded by Thomas Korte & Carine Magescas in 2010. AngelPad is consistently ranked #1 U.S. Accelerator by MIT/Rice University's Accelerator Rankings Project. See more
StartX is a 501(c)(3) Stanford-affiliated nonprofit in Silicon Valley that runs one of the world’s top startup accelerator programs. Its mission is to advance the development of the best entrepreneurs through experiential education and peer learning. Since launching in 2010, it has supported more than 450 companies and 1000 entrepreneurs, from early to... See more
Lanzadera Accelerator provides entrepreneurial solutions for entrepreneurs to implement robust business models. It invites individuals and organizations with innovative business projects and offers them educational, economic, and structural resources in order to implement their projects.Lanzadera Accelerator was founded in 2013. See more