PIE, the Portland Incubator Experiment, is an ongoing experiment to explore how established organizations — like corporations, government entities, and educational institutions — and the Portland, Oregon, startup community can more effectively collaborate for mutual benefit. At its most basic, PIE is a community development and ecosystem building program disguised as a startup accelerator.
The Syracuse Student Sandbox, established in 2009, is a unique business incubator that gives aspiring student entrepreneurs the resources to make their visions a reality. The objective of the Sandbox is to accelerate the process of ideation, development and deployment through mentoring and coaching. The twelve week experiential based program has an end-goal of producing revenue generating entities or investment ready firms.
Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator
Located in the heart of New York City, Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator (ERA) provides participant companies with an intensive four-month program with the goal of helping early-stage companies progress rapidly into exciting, viable businesses.
Entrepreneurship at Cornell - Entrepreneurship at Cornell
The eLab was established in 2008 by Student Agencies, Inc. as a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide business acceleration services to Cornell Undergraduate Entrepreneurs. eLab will work with the entrepreneurs providing business acceleration services to develop and launch “concepts” into “reality”.
IDEA is Northeastern University's student-run venture accelerator that helps students and alumnae organically create, develop and accelerate their own business ideas. IDEA provides coaching, mentorship, funding, and a number of other resources for ventures with an end goal of launching sustainable or investment-ready businesses.