actually a good segue for my next question because wondering what type of technology makes makes it applicable for an accelerator program . I mean, what makes a good. As good technology? Well, and, and so, we try not to vet the technologies
Elizabeth Thelen from the Water Council's BREW program (Business Research Entrepreneurship in Wisconsin) provides an update on this Milwaukee-based water business accelerator program .
TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, Sept. 8, 2014 -- WaterTAP, a not-for-profit water technology accelerator program for Ontario, Canada, recently announced that its board of directors has added four new directors -- Rhonda E. Harris, P
heart of Milwaukee, a very unique program is helping entrepreneurs break into the water business. The BREW is an accelerator program for water technology companies. It stands for business, research, entrepreneurship, in Wisconsin, and we named
Entrepreneurship in Wisconsin. And its first five startup water companies were recognized for completing the six month accelerator program that provides. Business training, research facilities, mentorships, and networking opportunities. The graduates
the winners of Batch II of The BREW accelerator program . Launched in 2013, The BREW accelerator program will also graduate the first round ..... is the only mentor-driven seed accelerator program solely focused on solving freshwater
and sort of that, stamp of approval, is really important. Did you find that prior to working with this type of accelerator program , had you encountered some barriers and some difficulties in getting the word out about. About your technology
opportunities in the water sector. And we do that through an annual business competition which feeds companies into an accelerator program . So, in essence, we're a path to market for early stage innovations in the water sector. Which is something
Brian Mergelas, CEO of WaterTAP, describes how this water technology accelerator program is supporting new innovation in the water market through is vast network of partners, academic institutions, and research facilities.
Participating water startups will compete for cash awards and in-kind services, as well as admission to Imagine H2O's Accelerator Program , where they will receive mentorship from sector experts and introductions to investors, strategic partners and