Creative Startups talks with Amber Odhner & Catelyn Augustine, Co-Founders of Eat Me Ice Cream, members of the 2016 Albuquerque Accelerator cohort.
Creative Startups talks with Meredith Bennett, Founder and CEO of Devoted Human, a member of the 2016 Winston-Salem Accelerator cohort.
Creative Startups talks with Beth Stewart, Executive Director of Redress Raleigh, a member of the 2016 Winston-Salem Accelerator cohort.
Creative Startups talks with Pilar Obeso, Co-founder and Executive Director of TALLER NU, a member of the 2016 Winston-Salem Accelerator cohort.
Creative Startups talks with Amanda Sabreah, Co-founder and CEO of Partnr, a member of the 2016 Winston-Salem Accelerator cohort.
Mentors are one-of-a-kind and make the biggest difference when setting up the building blocks of any creative startup. 12FPS gained insight, redefined their mission, and more after meetings with their mentor Alan Webber.
The Creative Startups Accelerator program seeks entrepreneurs to apply to join its cohort of fast-growing companies in the creative industries. Just eighteen-months out of the 2014 program, the Creative Startups Accelerator cohort of companies have raised on average $152,000 in funding for their projects while benefiting from over 800 hours of mentorship from leaders in the creative industries.
I have some history with Alan Webber, although Alan Webber has no history with me. In the mid-1990s, I was a young business journalist working at a trade magazine in Boulder. I had a plan, and Alan Webber was part of it. I wanted to work at Fast Company, the business magazine Webber founded with partner Bill Taylor that became the fast growing business magazine launch in history.