Philly is quickly becoming both a regional and national hub for start up companies and industries. A local nonprofit-Philly Startup Leaders wants to help entrepreneurs take their businesses to the next level through its Philly Startup Leaders Accelerator class. PSL is committed to providing advice, resources and assistance to local entrepreneurs and start ups. The 3 month accelerator class provides extensive connections and assistance to start ups, with no equity required from the entrepreneur’s company.
Philly native & Nigerian American entrepreneur Seun Olubodun is already taking the plunge into the Philly Startup Leaders Accelerator class to help boost his successful men’s clothing line Duke & Winston. Seun’s Duke & Winston line was featured at last month’s Consumers of Culture Marketplace hosted by the Royal Connect.
Applications for the second accelerator class are due by Wednesday December 31, 2014. The program starts in February and concludes with an Investor Demo Day event as part of Philly Tech Week 2015.
For more information or to apply, click here: http://www.phillystartupleaders.org/accelerator/
To learn more about Philly Startup Leaders, click here: http://phillystartupleaders.org/
For more on Seun Olubodun and Duke & Winston: http://www.duke-winston.com/bio.htm