Aging is a fact of life. We should all be so lucky as to age with grace and comfort, but the reality is somewhat harsher. The GENerator and its 11 portfolio companies are driving innovation for the elderly.
The age of the connected device is coming, and TechStars and R/GA want to help it along.
Editor’s Pick “The hypocrisy of accelerators is that we give give you money and you go innovate while we do business as usual,” 500 Startups’ Paul Singh says.
The ten companies were chosen from more than 1,200 applicants — the most competitive class ERA has had so far.
TechStars Chicago announces its first class of startups for summer 2013.
“That’s the hope for the future, that Silicon Valley continues to attract many of the best and brightest of the entrepreneurs around the world.”
TechStars NYC just announced its latest class of startups, and it seems to be the most diverse collection of companies we’ve seen for the popular accelerator.
Have an adult-themed startup idea? Cindy Gallop, the outspoken founder of Make Love Not Porn, wants your number.
Ed-tech entrepreneurs will be spoiled for choice when it comes to picking an accelerator or incubator program. A deluge of new accelerators have launched in recent weeks, including Kaplan and Pearson’s “corporate” offerings.
Italian investor forms a seed fund to support international startups as they set up headquarters in Silicon Valley.
Kansas City most recently attracted attention from the startup community because of superfast Google Fiber, but the just-announced startup accelerator SparkLabKC could help solidify KC as a genuine startup hub.
International investors with an interest in Indian startups are heading en masse to GSF 2012 in Gurgaon this week.
You gave us your top Silicon Alley tech influencers, now here’s the cream of the crop.
World leaders gathered in Manhattan today for the United Nations General Assembly. As part of his trip, British Prime Minister, David Cameron, made a surprise visit to another kind of General Assembly, this one with an “.ly” in its domain name.
There’s something unusual about Hub Ventures.
Microsoft’s newest incubator, the Bing Fund, will invest $50,000-$100,000 in early-stage startups, through standard convertible notes. It will also provide mentorship, office space, and more.
ERA2 members pose in Times Square
Guest Post This spring alone, over 100 companies will graduate from startup boot camps, accelerators, incubators, or other similarly named programs. As my own company Dibsie prepares for demo day with Entrepreneur Roundtable Accelerator (ERA) in NYC, I want to share some thoughts with the founders thinking about applying. Do your diligence, and make sure you’re an educated buyer. Here’s what you need to know…
Guest Post As my co-founders and I investigated the idea of creating Founders Den, we frequently heard the questions: “What is the difference between an incubator, accelerator, and co-working space?” and “Is there a need for another one?”
Entrepreneurs Roundtable, an organization that hosts monthly events to assist budding startups, is launching its first startup accelerator in New York City today. Simply dubbed ER Accelerator, the organization bills it as a program “by New Yorkers, for New Yorkers.”