Accelerators / Entrepreneurs

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. (Photo by Roberto Torres)

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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Companies: Forbes / GoodCompany Group / GoodCompany Ventures

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