Before you commit to a program, understand what's expected of you and what you'll be offered in return.
Desire access to C-level players at a Fortune 100 company? New entrepreneurs can gain access to partners, customers, employees and other players to help them build their business well beyond demo day.
From accelerator programs to self-funding to outsourcing prototype development, this infographic sheds light on some of the most popular paths toward launching a business.
Ask yourself some simple questions before you pursue funding.
Starting a Business
Working with others on a project is one of the most effective ways to move an idea forward.
Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of social news site Reddit and partner at startup accelerator Y Combinator, talks about how platforms like Kickstarter are making his role as a startup investor more challenging.
In Coca-Cola's new platform for entrepreneurs, Coke brings the money and the cachet, while startups (hopefully) help the soda giant reach new markets down the road.
If accepted into an program, it means mentorship, classes and training from those who have been there and done that.
Startup accelerators are like college. They all award degrees but the market values some more than others.
We at AlleyNYC and Entrepreneur Media have put together an awesome way to help colleges and incubators shepherd innovation.
Not all accelerator programs are created equal. Follow this list of do's and dont's to make sure you find the right one for your company.
An investor's preview of the companies that have caught his eye at the Californian accelerator's summer event.
TechStars' latest mission is to help early-stage hardware and connected-device companies get off the ground.
Business incubators present an amazing opportunity for startup companies, as long as you have the right expectations.
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