TechStars Founder Stories: What You Should Learn From These Entrepreneurs
Our blog for the TechStars NYC Accelerator Program shares the experiences of our applicants, alumni, mentors and partners. It includes information about application deadlines, interview tips, startup pitch presentations and what it takes to become a TechStars alumni company.
TechStars is the world’s largest program dedicated to accelerating high-growth companies, including some of the hottest startups in the world. We are a global network of startups and entrepreneurs who are committed to building the future together. Our mission is to create a thriving ecosystem where innovative ideas become reality.
TechStars is a global network of entrepreneurs, technologists, and investors who are committed to building and scaling innovative companies. The network fosters collaboration among startups, provides mentorship, access to capital, and helps build community in order to create a new generation of great technology companies.
At TechStars, we’re interested in helping ambitious founders get their ideas off the ground. Our Accelerator program gives founders access to the resources they need to turn their great idea into a real-life business. Whether you’re an entrepreneur who wants to make a real impact in the world or someone who just wants to learn how to build something amazing, come
The Roux Institute Techstars Accelerator
We’ve teamed up with The Roux Institute to share some information on their startup accelerator, Techstars. Our founder, Chris Sells, was recently accepted into the 2016 class of Techstars and has been working hard since then. He wrote a post to share what he’s learned from the program so far.
This is the official blog for The Roux Institute’s Techstars accelerator program. We offer our program’s alumni access to our web development bootcamp as well as mentoring, marketing consulting, and career opportunities.
For the past four years, the Techstars program has been focused on building the best network for entrepreneurs who want to be successful. But now, it’s time to shift our focus, and we are thrilled to announce the new Techstars Boston. This year’s cohort will consist of over 30 of Boston’s brightest startups.
On our blog we share insights, knowledge and news from The Roux Institute Techstars Accelerator. We post about events, the program and its impact on businesses and startups in the U.S.
Techstars Industries of the Future Partner AMA
The Techstars Industries of the Future (IoF) partnership program is an exclusive partnership between Techstars and Techstars Industries, Inc. (TSI). TSI’s goal is to expand the Techstars network by bringing in successful companies from other countries and regions.
The TechStars Industries of the Future is an international partnership between TechStars and Groupe Bull. The partnership brings together two visionary organisations with a mission to invest in early stage companies with innovative ideas that are disruptive and will create new market opportunities. The partnership provides access to mentorship from top executives from both organisations to foster a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship.
The Techstars Industries of the Future (iOTF) program is a global accelerator and incubator for transformative companies that are building the future of consumer technology. This new initiative, which will launch with a cohort of startups in 2019, builds upon the success of Techstars’s existing programs and will focus on creating transformational technologies that enable the connected world. Techstars
On our Techstars Industries of the Future Partner AMA blog, you can learn about what it takes to be a partner at Techstars, how to apply, what’s happening at Techstars, and much more.
The Roux Institute Techstars Accelerator Announces 2021 Class
The Roux Institute is pleased to announce the dates for its 2021 Techstars class. To be part of this highly selective accelerator, we encourage tech startups with a strong potential to achieve product market fit within two years. Our programs are designed to build the skills needed to succeed in the marketplace. The Roux Institute Techstars program focuses on building the startup and growing it into
The Roux Institute is pleased to announce the first class of its Techstars Accelerator program in the fall of 2021. We’re excited to have this opportunity to collaborate with startups from around the world and help them grow.
The Roux Institute Techstars Accelerator is excited to announce the addition of six new companies to its 2020 class. These startups will receive early-stage startup funding and intensive mentorship from the Institute’s world-class team of entrepreneurs, technologists, investors, and advisers.
Y Combinator v.s. Techstars: Accelerator comparison by a three-time alum
A Y Combinator v.s. Techstars comparison from a three-time participant in each program. Learn what you should be looking for before applying to the program and how it might differ from the other.
This post compares Y Combinator (YC) with the two other top accelerators in NYC: TechStars and Summer 2020. Read the post to find out how these programs are similar and different, as well as how they’ve helped me, the author, get my company off the ground.
Y Combinator is the premier startup incubator in Silicon Valley, and one of the best ways to get into the startup world. There are several great tech accelerators in addition to YC, but this one has been running a bit longer. In this post, I’ll compare both companies and give some advice on which one is better. I was a Y
If you haven’t heard of conclusion techstars yet, then you’re missing out.
Our latest blog is an in-depth analysis of the startup’s product and market. You’ll also find out about the company’s progress so far, their strategy and what they want to achieve in the future.
As one of the two finalists in TechStars Boston 2014, we have spent the last 3 months working with an amazing group of people, exploring the Boston startup ecosystem, and preparing to launch the company. To make sure our story gets out to the right people, we thought we’d share the details of the experience.