Element 46 Tech Accelerator Program to Hold Information Session Jan. 29
Attention tech entrepreneurs! The Element 46 Tech Accelerator Program is holding an information session on Monday, January 29 at 5 pm. To register for the Zoom session, visit E46 Accelerator Info Session — Element 46
Element 46 is a tech startup accelerator program founded within the rich ecosystem of Westchester County. The program is designed to help you catalyze your growth. The program offers a full virtual curriculum, pitch and networking events for founders, access to a mentor network of investors and successful technology entrepreneurs, corporate and technology partnerships, and cutting-edge technology and business skills.
The Spring cohort is scheduled to begin March 2023.
The program offers a full multi-week virtual curriculum, pitch and networking events for founders, access to a mentor network of investors and successful technology entrepreneurs, corporate and technology partnerships, and cutting edge technology and business skills.
The accelerator offers a cutting-edge, structured program on how to scale your startup. Program curriculum focuses on general business acumen and creates a foundation of knowledge you can apply to your businesses. Training will be tailored to where you are in your startup. Sessions include Customer Discovery, Marketing, Social Media, Developing Financial Projections, Pitching to Investors, etc.
The program includes several types of events that create opportunities for founders to engage with key contacts like mentors, investors, and other founders – these include fireside chats, startup office hours, community events, and pitch opportunities. And events don’t stop here: as a program alumnus, founders have access to alumni events created especially for founders who complete the program.
For more information, go to Element46.org.
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