It’s finally official. Startup Beach House announced today that it is now accepting applications online to spend a week building a business at the beach and have it recorded.
A couple things have changed since Technically Philly first reported on Startup Beach House. The house, as you’ll notice above, and it’s location are different. The new digs are located in Stone Harbor, N.J., not Avalon.
The Startup Beach House founders, Greg Berry, Mike Bianchini and Dave Drager will be looking to accept five teams to participate this summer in what is definitely the first startup reality series to hit the Philadelphia region and possibly the first to ever be done “down the shore.”
Participants are responsible for all meals and food, beach tags ($12 per week), linens and any other necessities, according to the web site.
Here’s a handy summary of the need-to-know criteria in order to apply:
- Two team members: Only two team members may stay at the house, but other team members can work in the space during the day
- Fee: $500 per person
- Personal responsibilities: Food, linens and beach tags.
And the important dates:
- Application due: June 9th, 2012 by 11:59 pm
- Team interviews: Week of June 10th
- Team Selection: June 18th, 2012
If you’re an entrepreneur who wants to start a business on camera, click here to apply.-30-
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