This international incubator requires portfolio companies move to Puerto Rico to participate in the five-month program. Business models must be socially responsible as well.
Helping new companies in the Pacific Northwest stack the deck in their favor.
Focused on startups with revenue or pilots ready to scale in the areas of healthtech, securetech, and urbantech.
“Europe’s seed fund” invests in founders who attack large, global markets and solve real problems using technology.
Diversity is a core value for this incubator. 44.5% of their portfolio belongs to racial minorities and they have scholarships available for underrepresented investors.
For founders whose revenue comes from enterprises, Alchemist offers funding, access to marquee customers, and highly rated mentors.
Aims to help technology entrepreneurs grow their startups into successful companies. They like to invest early.
Twice a year, they invest $120k into a large number of startups. These startups move to Silicon Valley for three months for intensive mentorship and support.
A three-month program helping companies gain traction through mentorship, rapid iteration, and fundraising preparation.
They’ll help you find customers, unite founders, and build your product. You might also receive funding from them.
Mentor immersion, business acceleration, and finance and demo day preparation -- all based in Chicago.
A Texas-based incubator that introduces startups to investors, employees, mentors, and customers.
A University of Illinois incubator focusing on biotechnology, chemical sciences, software development, and materials sciences.
With programs based in NYC and San Francisco, AngelPad spends three months working intensely with a small number of companies.
Recently names the #1 University Accelerator Program in the Nation, New Venture has helped more than 200 companies successfully.
Choosing the right business incubator is a big decision. Use the criteria in this article and our Ultimate Guide to Entrepreneurship to jumpstart your journey and your success.
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Originally published Jun 27, 2019 10:00:00 PM, updated July 19 2019