Calling Sacramento Start-Ups
The “Start-up Hustle Incubator” is coming to the Sacramento region from Oct. 1 to Nov. 12, 2015.
Apply now if you have a concept for a business and want to hustle for six weeks to turn your dream into a going concern.
Hacker Lab in partnership with Sierra College in Rocklin will help teams join a community of entrepreneurs and get incredible support to accelerate their success.
Winners will receive prizes to support the business launch.
Go to http://www.startuphustle.in/ and apply by the Sept. 24, 2015 deadline.
Participants will ‘hack’ their start-up by hustling to test ideas and build a business model in six weeks. Teams can have one to five members, all of whom should plan on committing 15 hours per week to the new venture during the competition. It can be any kind of business but applicants should be ready to demonstrate how their ideas benefit society.
Teams will benefit from start-up resources to guide them, including mentorship, community connections, education and a proven start-up process. The winner will pitch the start-up to investors and win legal, financial, accounting and marketing services.
The group is seeking mentors to provide advice during the six week hustle. The City of Rocklin and Golden Sierra Job Training Agency are also sponsors of the event.
To learn how you can apply, or be a sponsor and mentor, go to http://www.startuphustle.in/ or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Find out more: http://www.meetup.com/HackerLab/events/225103149/.