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Feb. 1, 2017 9:52 am

Forbes gave GoodCompany’s climate change-focused accelerator a shoutout

A timely reminder for startups to apply by March 15.

GoodCompany's accelerator program offers access to capital, mentorship and office space.

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GoodCompany Ventures’ upcoming accelerator program, the one focused on companies looking to solve climate-related issues, just got some national press by way of a feature in Forbes.

“With substantial funding from the William Penn Foundation, each of the entrepreneurs accepted into the program will get $25,000,” writes contributor Anne Field. “Another $75,000 from the foundation will fund pilots for cutting edge startups that are too innovative to attract much investor capital.”

Companies selected for the three-month program will also get access to mentoring and office space in Benjamin’s Desk.

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