Cleantech Open Northeast is currently accepting applications for
its 2017 accelerator program. The oldest and
largest accelerator program for clean tech startups, Cleantech Open
awards over $500,000 in cash, investment, and in-kind services to
winners of its showcasing events. Mintz Levin has proudly been a
sponsor of Cleantech Open Northeast since its inception. To learn
more about the accelerator program and apply by the May
1st deadline, read on!
The Cleantech Open Northeast accelerator program runs for 5-6
months and provides world-class mentoring, a 12-week series of
intensive workshops and bootcamps, and professional networking for
clean tech startups. Startups will receive tailored mentoring from
experienced business experts while getting the hands-on training
needed to launch their companies to the next level. The U.S.
Cleantech Open also plans to award over $500,000 in cash,
investment and in-kind services to the winners of its showcasing
events. Startups are accepted at all stages of development, and can
encompass many different technology categories. To learn more about
the application process and apply by May 1st, click here.
In addition to sponsoring Cleantech Open Northeast since it
began, Mintz Levin attorneys also enjoy serving as mentors and
judges for the program. We look forward to working with the next
round of startups!
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