Startup Accelerator Alternative Program For Aspiring Entrepreneurs Announced
IdeaPros has announced that it is now accepting pitches from prospective entrepreneurs who need expert support in bringing a product or app to market. According to the company, its program is similar in structure to most business accelerators but is more accepting of individuals who only possess a business idea.
More information is available at https://www.ideapros.com
Startup accelerators are programs that offer mentorship and funding to early-stage companies, or those who have successfully prototyped a product and are looking to grow. The organizations that run these programs typically ask for equity from the participant in exchange for support.
“Accelerators are only interested once you have already manufactured a product and have proven that there’s a market for it,” an IdeaPros spokesperson said. “An idea, no matter how brilliant it sounds, will most likely not be enough.”
“IdeaPros is the only group today who is willing to take a risk on an idea, provided the ideator is willing to defend it before the team,” they added.
The company allows ideators to enter a 30-day review process characterized by a series of interviews with its advisory team, which is led by IdeaPros founder Frederick Cary. After passing the initial screening, the group will provide the successful applicant with a business advisor, who will help him or her prepare for the next stages of the evaluation.
“Your idea is not the only thing that will be put under a microscope; your ability to run a new company must also be established,” the spokesperson said.
A successful pitch will result in the formation of a launch team, who will handle every aspect of the nationwide launch, including engineering, sourcing, branding, marketing, and more.
Since this program was established, IdeaPros has been instrumental in the launch of over 350 partners involved in high-growth industries such as food, technology, and innovative consumer products.
About the Company
The brainchild of serial entrepreneur and business thought leader Frederick Cary, IdeaPros today offers entrepreneurship training via its online courses and its partnership program. Its featured mentors are real-life entrepreneurs who have established companies generating billions of dollars in revenue.
Interested parties can learn more about the company’s mentorship programs at https://www.ideapros.com/start-now
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