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Accelerators

Betaspring

As Bryant Ventures has continued to grow, the faculty advisers have strengthened their relationship with Betaspring, an innovative member of the Rhode Island startup community. Betaspring, located in nearby Providence,  is a startup incubator which consistently helps to develop great business ideas into profitable firms.

Some of their founders and team leaders, such as Allan Tear, Mellissa Withers, and Jen Schwall, are frequent visitors to our meetings. They provide experienced feedback, as well as clear opportunities for any teams looking to take the next step in developing their business within the incubator.

Visit the Betaspring website to learn more about the program, and for additional resources. 

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Mass Challenge

MassChallenge connects entrepreneurs with the resources they need to launch and succeed immediately. It is the largest-ever startup accelerator, and the first to support high-impact, early-stage entrepreneurs with no strings attached. The 2013 MassChallenge Accelerator takes part from June - October. Applications for MassChallenge 2014 open in February 2014.

Visit their website to learn more about the accelerator and all Mass Challenge has to offer. 

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Bolt

This hardware specific incubator provides workspace, technology, and experience for technology focused teams. They are located in Boston and aim to have product development completed in under 2 years.

Check them out online here to see when you can apply to enter. 

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NERD Boston

Located just outside in Cambridge, MA, the New England Research & Development Center is a research and software innovation campus. Supported by Microsoft, the center works with a number of teams to help get their ideas of the ground and developed. Have a software idea and interested in learning more? Check out their site here.

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