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May 16 2011 - 02:14 PM
Imagine K12
The other day, a friend of mine from home mentioned that his startup was accepted into a program called "Imagine K12". The program seemed relevant to the EdLab's interests, so I thought I'd post a brief description here. "Imagine K12 is a for-profit enterprise looking to invest time, experience, energy and resources in entrepreneurs who have a passion for education and the technical know-how to create their vision. Over a three month period, we will draw on our extensive entrepreneurial experience, understanding of the Silicon Valley ecosystem, and knowledge of the education industry to help bring your idea to life, get your company funded, and to get your company on the road to success." Maybe it would be a good idea to reach out to this group? The program culminates in a Demo-day at the end of the summer. It's primarily targeted toward investors, but its something the lab may be interested in investigating a little bit.
Posted in: Entrepreneurship|By: Stephen Pratt|2124 Reads