MIT Enterprise Forum (MIT-EF) NYC: The Role of Incubators and Accelerators in Creating Business Value
WhenApril 20, 2017
5:30pm — 8:30pm
1375 Broadway, 23rd Floor
Incubators and Accelerators differ in their approach and vision for helping startups launch.
Our panel will explore the differences between the two and showcase an array of business models for each.
Come hear leading incubator and accelerators talk about:
- Mission and goals
- What they’ve learned over time
- How they measure success
- What kinds of ventures they seek
This panel will provide an inside perspective on what many of us are curious to know. With the proliferation of incubators and accelerators - from corporate investors to real estate empires and vertically driven portfolios -- how is value created and which models work best for different kinds of startups and founders?
About MIT Enterprise Forum of NYC
The MIT Enterprise Forum of New York City has for forty years supported entrepreneurs in their efforts to start and run technology-driven business ventures.
They do this by delivering world-class business learning events along with opportunities to build relationships with business people who share an interest in innovation and entrepreneurship related to technology, with focus on digital media, information technology, cleantech and bioscience/healthcare.
Topics for these events included monetizing digital offerings, raising capital, cleantech, success stories of founders whose companies now generate $100 million or more, biotech, web advertising, business plan writing and pitching, wireless broadband, intellectual property and hyperlocal news.