(Photo courtesy of AWE)
David Bookspan, cofounder DreamIt Ventures, recently revisited 2014, noting the year’s successes for the accelerator program, which multiple Delaware startups — RegDesk, Cnverg and Nfoshare — participated in this year.
In his note, he applauded three female founders — including Delaware native Priya Bhutani of RegDesk — who who were recently named fellows in the 2015 Alliance of Women Entrepreneurs Building Bridges Fellowship Program.
Fellows receive a two-year AWE membership, six sessions of professional coaching, a liaison who facilitates introductions and meetings and assistance in selecting advisors from the AWE network.
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