Accelerate Baltimore Application Instructions

Interested in being accepted into the 2018 Accelerate Baltimore cohort?

Step 1: Apply! Complete the application below. To confirm your application you will receive an email and the second part of the application from Emory University.* You must complete part I and part II to be considered. 

Step 2: Pitch! After the application deadline closes on February 18, 2018, a selection committee will review the applications and select 15-20 startups for an in person pitch. Selected startups will be notified via email. 

Step 3: Participate! The selection committee will hear presentations from the 15-20 selected startups. From those presentations, 6 startups will be selected to participate in the 2018 Accelerate Baltimore Cohort.

If you have any questions, please contact ETC Assistant Director Jackie Albright at Jalbright@etcbaltimore.com or attend an information session.

Thank you and good luck!

 

Are you completing Part I of the application February 16-18?  Part II of the application will be emailed to you with a deadline for completion (Feb 20th), so do not worry if you are submitting your application at midnight on Feb 18th, the second part is not due on the 18th.  Questions? Email Jackie at Jalbright@ETCbaltimore.com - She'll be checking her email all weekend!!


Accelerate Baltimore Application Part I:

If you don't have one please type N/A.
Name *
Name
Phone Number *
Phone Number
Have you launched your product in the market? *
(To be distributed in $25K increments based on milestones agreed upon over the following year.)
(LinkedIn or more information)
How did you hear about Accelerate Baltimore? *
Would you like to receive news and updates from ETC? *

**The ETC and Accelerate Baltimore are partnering with Emory University’s Goizueta Business School and their Social Enterprise @ Goizueta (SE@G) initiative. One of the key programs for SE@G is the Entrepreneurship Database Program (EDP), which collects data from entrepreneurs through a number of accelerator programs working around the world. The aim is to create a longitudinal study to evaluate how entrepreneurs grow and how supporting accelerators influence that growth. Part two of the application process will collect this data and only share any information in the aggregate. The identity and the nature of  your business will not be disclosed.