Foundation / Corporation
02/23/20 11:59 PM CT
Opportunity for USA start-up companies to participate in a 12-week accelerator program. Participating companies will benefit from cash investments, access to staff interns, software deals and perks, mentor support, and follow-up capital support. The program promotes the growth of all types of businesses, including software, IT, web, SaaS, life science, medtech, e-commerce, and hardware.
gener8tor is a nationally ranked accelerator that invests in, and offers programming for, seed-stage, high-growth startups. For each cohort, gener8tor invests in startups who receive a concierge experience during a 12-week accelerator program. gener8tor supports the growth of these startups through their network of experienced mentors, technologists, corporate partners, angel investors and venture capitalists.
gener8tor Madison 2020 Cohort will take place in Madison, Wisconsin.
gener8tor is a member of GAN, an invite-only community of the world’s most respected organizations that provide startups with the best resources to create and grow their businesses, wherever they are. Startups accepted into a GAN accelerator have access to a variety of exclusive perks including over $1M worth of free services, introductions to a network of investors and access to soft landing spaces worldwide.
GrantWatch ID#: 185022
For each cohort, gener8tor invests funds in each of five startups.
Accepted startups receive $100K and 12 weeks of mentorship-driven programming:
$20,000 cash investment in exchange for 6-7% common stock equity.
$80,000 of guaranteed follow-on capital from gener8tor (uncapped convertible note).
Access to staff interns (development, design, marketing, social media, journalism, business development, sales and more).
$1M+ in deals and perks from vendors like IBM Cloud, Rackspace, Amazon, PayPal, Zendesk, and Microsoft.
Support from the gener8tor team and network of alumni and mentors.
Program Dates: April 9th - July 3rd
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
To apply online: https://apply.gener8tor.com/
Danny Supernaw, Program Manager
Ben Stanley, gener8tor Madison Managing Director
Email technical questions to: email@example.com.
For virtual office hours, see: https://www.gener8tor.com/madison-virtual
821 E Washington Avenue
Madison, WI 53703
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