Wisconsin-based startup accelerator gener8tor is launching two new programs in Indiana this summer to support local entrepreneurs. gBETA Main Street and gBETA Autonomous Vehicles & Future of Roads, which are sponsored by the Indiana Economic Development Corp., will provide coaching and resources over the course of seven weeks.
gBETA says its Main Street program will provide resources and support to local small businesses. The Autonomous Vehicles & Future of Roads program is expected to support high-growth startups using new technologies to shape the future of roads and highway systems.
Elise Young, director of gBETA Mainstreet at gener8tor, will run the program.
Businesses from around the state can apply for the gBETA Main Street program by clicking here. The application deadline is July 19.
gener8tor says the gBETA Autonomous Vehicles & Future of Roads program will work with startups in all fields related to autonomous vehicles. In addition to mentoring, coaching and “Lunch & Learn” opportunities, selected startups will receive up to $1 million in deals and perks from companies including Microsoft, IBM Cloud and Rackspace.
Hyundo Kwon, director of gBETA Autonomous Vehicle & Future of Roads at gener8tor, will run the program.
Businesses can apply for the gBETA Autonomous Vehicles & Future of Roads program by clicking here. The application deadline is August 7.