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Westchester’s startup business incubator is seeking fledgling businesses

Element 46, Westchester County’s startup business incubator, launched in 2018 is looking for new applicants. The program, designed to help catalyze growth for new small businesses, provides programming, mentoring and free workspace. It enables startups to develop their businesses within a network of peers, while nurturing a shared set of values. They offer a structured program on how to start and scale your business idea. This will help with general business acumen and create a foundation of information 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. Applications for Cohort 3 of Element 46 are open now for startups, mentors, and professional service providers. Those interested can apply here.

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