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Delaware Startup Launchpad — the four-week, four-session mini accelerator from the Delaware Founders Initiative, Delaware Small Business Development Center and the University of Delaware’s Horn Entrepreneurship program — returns for the second time this October, and applications are now open.
The mini accelerator includes four workshops from Oct. 15 to Nov. 13, including training, mentorship and tours of local innovation spaces, as well as extensively interviewing potential customers to learn the viability and impact of the startups.
Teams may be tech or non-tech, with one or more members (though teams of two or more are preferred). Applicants do not have to be UD students. Applications are due Sept. 19 by 5:00 p.m.-30-
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