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Opportunity for USA, Canada, and International cybersecurity startups to participate in an accelerator program. Accepted startups receive 12 weeks of mentorship as well as additional perks from a wide range of vendors. The purpose of this program is to invest in high-growth startups and supports the growth of these startups through a network of experienced mentors, technologists, corporate partners, angel investors, and venture capitalists. Applicants must relocate to San Antonio Texas for the duration of the program.
Selected team will receive a variety of benefits provided by program partners:
Participants meet for weekly Lunch & Learns, weekly mentor meetings and twice-weekly 1:1 meetings to learn about topics such as market and competition, revenue models, how to pitch VCs and more. Structured program activities are limited to 5-6 hours per week, however you are expected to be working full-time on your company outside of this programming.
GrantWatch ID#: 199881
$20K in exchange for 6% common stock equity plus $80K of guaranteed follow-on capital from gener8tor into your current round (if raising) or via uncapped convertible note to be converted into your next round (if not currently raising).
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