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Incubator Goes Online

Resources for Entrepreneurs.

Georgia -- The advanced Technology Development Center, a traditional incubator in Atlanta, has taken the incubator concept into a new dimension with the creation of Netcelerate, an Internet-based help center.

To qualify for Netcelerate's free services, you must own a Georgia technology company dedicated to growth and job creation. Available assistance includes a discussion forum where entrepreneurs can pose business questions to experts. There is also a resource library called "Tools & Information" that contains downloadable legal forms and links to other sites.

Those preparing a financing package may find the "Roadshow Review" investment tips and guidelines helpful. In addition, the site lists prequalified vendors and service providers as well as a directory of business owners, many of whom are interested in partnerships or joint ventures. The site also lets accredited investors privately preview executive summaries for potential investments.

For more information on the Netcelerate help center, visit http://www.netcelerate.org

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This article was originally published in the October 1998 print edition of Entrepreneur with the headline: Incubator Goes Online.

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