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SOLIDWORKS World 2019

Startup Accelerators, Incubators and Co-Working Space: What Startups Need to Know

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Session Description: This session helps to understand many questions for startups like this one: Dropbox and AirBnb came through startup accelerators but what are they? There's no single path to entrepreneurial success; there are many ways to make your amazing idea into a thriving business. There are, however, some programs and frameworks that can give your venture a big boost if you get into them at the right time. Startup accelerators and incubators are two options for fast-tracking and deep-diving. What exactly are incubators, accelerators and co-working spaces, anyway? The terms get thrown around a lot, often interchangeably. But, there are some key differences between them, which impact whether one or the other (or neither!) is what you need to go for with your startup. Come learn the ins and outs.

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Entrepreneurship
Community
Getting Started (0 to 6 months of product experience)
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1 hour
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