Monthly Archives: November 2016

Catching Up With Noex

The last time we checked in with former Accelerate Startup Challenge team, Noex, they were just starting their time at MassChallenge. Now, the program has come to an end and the team is looking ahead to a future of helping Continue Reading

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5 Teams Funded at PitchRound

On Thursday, ten Accelerate Startup Challenge teams took center stage and pitched their ideas for products and businesses. From registration software to music to automotive, a variety of industries were covered. These teams developed ideas for apps, muscle recovery devices, Continue Reading

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Intellectual Property: What Is It and Why Does It Matter

IMG_8527On Thursday, Accelerate offered a walk through on intellectual property with a presentation from WIT Alum, Carl P. Evans III. Evans graduated in 2001 with a degree in Electromechanical Engineering and went from a career in robotics to a career … Continue Reading

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Business Angels, VC and Finding The Right Investor

When it comes to securing funding, the possibilities can be overwhelming. Tetyana Astashkina, Strategic Partner at b-to-v Partners AG, came to the Accelerate space on Wednesday to simplify the process and explain in detail what kind of option is best Continue Reading

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Peekseeq Launches Beta Site

Peekseeq: the fastest way to make music. The former Accelerate Startup Challenge team launched the first beta version of their online music making platform on Monday and the results have been impressive for such a quiet launch.

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Learning to Love the Problem

In order to get to a solution, you must first define the problem. You have to learn to love it and all that it entails, diving deep to see it from a variety of different angles. Once it has been Continue Reading

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