How will teams accelerate their progress on building their startups during the program?

  • Teams will receive tailored one-on-one mentorship and coaching via interactions with our entrepreneurs-in-residence (EIRs), the NYC managing director, and numerous external mentors
  • Teams will build their foundational knowledge via talks, workshops, and panel discussions by EIRs and guest speakers
  • Teams will expand their professional network by meeting with professionals from the right industries during the program, and by pitching to investors and thought leaders from the entrepreneurial community during Demo Day events held in Boston, New York, and San Francisco/Silicon Valley.
  • Teams will learn from each other via peer coaching
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