We have discussed in a previous article about the differences between startup incubators and accelerators, together with some pieces of advice on how to adjust the opportunities that such a program can offer with a startup’s size, stage of development, timing and more.
In the following paragraphs we’ll talk about the ups and downs of opting for these two types of programs.
It provides entrepreneurs with office space, administrative and support services
It grants companies access to a strong business network
It helps entrepreneurs improve in areas such as public speaking and strategic thinking
It offers assistance when it comes to financial and legal aspects of their business
Incubators and accelerators are a good way of helping your business. In order to know which incubator or accelerator to choose from, we’ve put together pieces of information to help you understand more about these two types of programs. Let’s get started!
What are the differences between incubators and accelerators?
Incubators are the go-to place for any early stage startup. Startup companies enrol in this type of programs for a period of 2-3 years and also receive support prior to product or service launch.
What an energy today, on the second day of Techsylvania conference! We have good reasons to say that, with all the speakers in the house taking on some hot and great topics that really challenged us to look into the tech and innovation world a little bit further.
The day started with Mark Shuttleworth, the Ubuntu founder who gave us a demo on how IoT and programming will be changed in the future, making all the developers in the room quite happy.
Only 3 months left until the long-awaited conference and we bring you another surprise we have been keeping secret for a while now: Startup Avalanche.
For the new ones here, you might know Techsylvania has two major components – the hackathon and the conference. Nevertheless, this year will be richer in activities, people and knowledge, as we push the conference forward with a challenge for all the startups out there.