Programs that have direct involvement with higher education partners including on-campus bootcamps, meetups, and research programs and internship opportunities for startups.
Access to equipment and professionals with experience building digital or physical prototypes of business ideas including app design, 3D printing, food experimentation and more.
Introduction to partners that mentor, connect and support an entrepreneur as they journey from idea to startup and seek to understand where they fit in the market and who are their customers.
Seed capital is initial funding to start a business and fund the proof of concept and viability of the startup. Friends and Family, Angel capital, micro-venture capital and small grant or loan programs typical support this stage.
Co-working spaces offer discounted access to shared services such as high-speed internet, office equipment and meeting rooms. They also are community spaces to help promote entrepreneurial culture and sharing of experiences.
Facilities which have specialized equipment or unique assets needed for entrepreneurs. These spaces typically have a focus on high priced equipment or niche services supported by outside grants and partnerships.