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Startup Accelerator Seeking Applicants in Nevada

Governor's Office of Economic Development partner looking for 11 early-stage companies in Las Vegas and Reno to invest in.

Steve Nevada Governor Sisolak and Las Vegas Carolyn Mayor Goodman at genera8tor's opening ceremony (Photo Credit: Nevada Governor's Office)

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The Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) has partnered with gener8tor, a startup accelerator program running in 34 cities across the U.S. to launch two new investment accelerator programs in Las Vegas and Reno. Gener8tor is looking for a total of 11 early-stage companies across the two cities to participate in their upcoming 12-week investment accelerators from September 8th to December 2nd.

Program highlights include $100,000 of guaranteed funding; 12 weeks of individualized coaching and mentorship; introductions to more than 100 mentors including serial entrepreneurs, industry experts and investors; the opportunity to pitch to more than 80 investors in the gener8tor network. Through gener8tor’s membership in the Global Accelerator Network, this affiliation unlocks more than $1 million in deals and perks for portfolio companies from vendors such as IBM Cloud, Rackspace, Amazon, PayPal, Zendesk and Microsoft.

All early-stage startups with traction across any industry and business model are encouraged to apply. The application deadline is July 10th.

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