InnoSpring, a Silicon Valley-based US-China technology startup incubator, is now accepting applications for its new accelerator program.
The InnoSpring Accelerator Program is a six-month program designed to prepare startups in the Mobile Internet, Cleantech and Healthcare IT industries (with special preference given to big data startups) for growth in the United States, China and beyond. It will select up to 10 startups to enter the program, each of which will receive $100k in funding; industry and business mentorship from professionals such as Datong Chen, Wen Hsieh, Jack Jia, Michael Jin, Imin Lee, Brook Porter, Jinlin Wang, and Wei Jie Yun; assistance with marketing, public relations and recruiting. They will also participate in structured workshops on topics such as sales, product differentiation, revenue model, improving pitch, business development, startup law, etc., will have access to InnoSpring’s US-China ecosystem networking and pitching opportunities with venture capitalists and angel investors and to in-house resources such as HR, paralegal and bookkeeping services.
InnoSpring will consider applications up until its August 31st deadline (http://InnoSpring.net/apply/). The program begins October 1, 2012, at its 13,500-square-feet Silicon Valley facility.