Program accelerating growth for startups across the Southeast and around the globe
ATLANTA, July 17, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Techstars Atlanta is presented in partnership with Cox Enterprises and is part of a worldwide network that helps entrepreneurs succeed. Today, Techstars Atlanta announced the 10 companies selected to participate in the 2017 program. Applications came from 41 countries around the globe for the 10 coveted spots.
Anne Wintroub is a Director of Social Innovation at AT&T
As part of AT&T’s Aspire initiative – which accelerates the learning revolution and connects it with the young people who need it most – we’ve invested more than $350 million to help ensure all students have access to the skills they need to succeed in school and beyond. We know that in order to truly accomplish this mission, we must look to those “on the ground: ”the teachers and inventors who are creating solutions for our students using the power of technology.
Startup accelerator program to take place from July – Oct.
February 1, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Techstars Atlanta, presented in partnership with Cox Enterprises, is accepting applications for its 2017 class through April 9. Techstars is an internationally recognized accelerator program that boosts entrepreneurs' early stage business and product development efforts through focused education, mentorship and funding. Historically, Techstars companies go on to average more than $2 million raised in outside capital after the program.
Atlanta-based Engage will invest in and promote high-tech startups across Georgia and the Southeast
Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed, the Georgia Institute of Technology and the CEOs of 10 of Atlanta’s leading corporations today jointly announced the launch of Engage, a mentorship-driven accelerator program and venture fund.
The Atlanta-based Engage accelerator is open to startups across the country, with a focus placed on mentoring and market access strategies. Applications will be available in early 2017, with programming scheduled to begin in the spring. Up to 48 startups could go through the program in the first three years.
Cutover helps banks choreograph their most intricate moves. One year after graduating from the Barclays Accelerator, powered by Techstars,* founder Ky Nichol explains how Barclays has helped the fintech start-up leap onto a bigger stage.
Ballet and banking might seem strange bedfellows, but for fintech start-up Cutover, the analogy makes perfect sense.
Techstars Atlanta, in partnership with Cox Enterprises, selected 10 companies to participate in the program's 2016 class. Applications for the 10 coveted spots came from around the globe, including 69 countries and six continents.
Splitty is one of the 10 participants. Choose travel destination and dates, and Splitty's "split and match" technology combines different reservation types to find the cheapest hotel stays for the dates provided.
As part of its commitment to drive innovation and entrepreneurship, Cox Enterprises is launching Techstars Atlanta, an accelerator program for technology startups. Techstars is a global entrepreneur ecosystem that boosts entrepreneurs' early stage business and product development efforts through focused education, mentorship and funding.
Located at Ponce City Market, Techstars Atlanta will annually select a group of startups to participate in a 90-day program to help them accelerate their businesses.
Five Atlanta-based companies are shrinking the gap between startup entrepreneurs and established businesses.
Coca-Cola, Capgemini, Cox Enterprises, Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG) and The Weather Company combined forces to create The Bridge: Atlanta, a startup commercialization program focused on mentoring up-and-coming technology entrepreneurs that can help solve challenges one or more of the sponsoring companies may face.