AccelerateBaltimore hosted its first Demo Day for participating startups in July 2012. Photo via AccelerateBaltimore's Facebook page.
AccelerateBaltimore, this city’s first startup accelerator, is now accepting applications for its third class.
As Technical.ly Baltimore has reported, startups chosen to participate in the three-month program receive $25,000 in seed funding apiece, as well as access to office space, services and professional mentors through the Emerging Technology Center. Funding for startups is provided by the Abell Foundation.
The accelerator kicked off in 2012 with a class of four startups before expanding to six startups in 2013. The 2014 class will also include six startups.
AccelerateBaltimore 2014 begins in February.-30-
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