Fueled by grants from Miami Dade County and City of Miami, Incubate Miami announced last week the acceptance of its Miami Incubator to the nationally recognized Techstars Network. The TechStars Network, part of the Startup America initiative launched partnership with the White House, is a high powered engine for job growth in high technology and science enterprises.
The TechStars Network is comprised of other start-up accelerator programs similar to Incubate Miami that provide seed funding and mentorship to innovative entrepreneurs. Incubate Miami draws upon these national and international programs to bring Miami start-ups the key information such as mentorship ten entrepreneurs launching technology companies in the fields of near field communications, interactive television, mobile application development, 3D encoding, augmented reality, social network identity management, mobile gaming, collaboration software, consumer response management, online learning applications and remote medical management.
This is the second class of start-ups for Incubate Miami.
“The progress we have seen, from entrepreneurs to University and Corporate sponsors is leading the way towards a successful launch of an innovation economy in Miami. The economy can support an additional $40-$50M per year of additional investment into the technology market. ” Marc Billings, founder Incubate Miami.
If you or someone you know is interested in launching a business please visit www.incubatemiami.com and use the submission form to apply for the Fall program.
The ActiveFilings’ team congratulates Marc Billings and his team for this outstanding achievement.