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Hardware startups can apply for the Futureworks NYC incubator

Futureworks NYC is a project of the NYCEDC. The economic development org is looking to bolster the local manufacturing sector, so services are free.

At the Robot Church, Red Hook, Sept 22, 2013 Photo by Brady Dale.

The Futureworks NYC incubator is looking for hardware startups.

A project of the New York City Economic Development Corporation, the incubator takes no equity and charges nothing for its services.

“We’ll provide entrepreneurs and startups with expert mentorship, a cohort of peers, workshops and company showcase opportunities,” according to Futureworks. “Participating entrepreneurs also receive direct access to manufacturers, investors, production credits and coworking space.”

Mentors include Brooklyn big shots like Marco Perry of Pensa, Jim Allen of Voodoo Manufacturing, Story Bellows of the Brooklyn Public Library and Zach Dunham of Kickstarter.

Applications are open until April 10.

Series: Brooklyn

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