The Arizona State University Office of Entrepreneurship and Innovation is looking for applicants to its Startup Accelerator. Successful submissions would have access to office space, training, mentoring, and access to the ASU student population as “a user, customer or test bed.” Interested applicants have until this Sunday night to apply.
From Phoenix Business Journal:
Startups don’t need to be run by ASU students or have ties to ASU, said Wiley Larsen, the accelerator’s program manager.
“We are looking for companies that are scalable and companies we think we can add value to,” Larsen said.
Two companies in the program now getting some notice are Bravo LLC, a Phoenix-based mobile app that allows customers to tip service professionals digitally, and Sky Data Pro, a local unmanned aerial drone services company.