[RTP, NC] — The Council for Entrepreneurial Development (CED) is proud to announce that their GRO Incubator will be returning this February for both Tech and Life Science companies. GRO, a nine-week incubator program beginning February, is aimed at supporting high-growth, high-impact companies looking to grow their venture through valuable programming and coaching.
CED has supported high-growth entrepreneurial companies for decades. In fact, over 1000 companies successfully completed the Fast Trac® and its sister program Fast Trac® Tech Venture™ Program CED operated for 16 years. Companies like, Precision Biosciences, Transloc and Spoonflower have all found success through valuable CED programming.
Jay Bigelow, VP of Entrepreneurship, eight year veteran of CED, entrepreneur and investor, says, “So many great companies in the Triangle got their start by going through CED’s Fast Trac® Fast Trac® Tech Venture™. So much has changed in how new high-growth companies get started but the need for a proven road map, expert guidance and the tips and techniques for how to start and grow the business remains the same.”
Participants of GRO will also receive 1:1 coaching from industry leaders and entrepreneurs and complete assignments that will help them launch their venture. The cost of the program is $950 which grants participants of GRO long-term access to the content they need, as well as a team of supporters and coaches that will ensure progress. “With GRO, we have updated and enhanced our content, but have kept CED’s special sauce- namely getting to meet and speak with experts and experienced entrepreneurs who have ‘been there/done that’ and who could become your key business contacts for life,” added Jay.
- Application Period – Submit applications now through December 23. Applications will be reviewed by a selection committee composed of industry experts and selection will be made based on many factors including stage and progress to date.
- Program Start Date – February 1, 2021.
For more information about the program visit the CEDNC website at cednc.org/get/gro. Media should contact Maggie Pendergrass at email@example.com for more information.