$150,000 Investment from Make in LA for hardware Startups | Batch 2 Application Open

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Make In LA begun the process of recruiting Batch 2 of their Make in LA hardware accelerator.  A great opportunity for any early stage hardware startup.

Make in LA is LA’s first hardware accelerator.  Make in LA makes hardware less hard, working with 5 promising start-ups at a time. They de-risk hardware companies by focusing on the team, the technology, the market, and the manufacturing with their in-house experts as well as their global network. Perks include office space, prototype lab, production facilities, mentoring, and investments up to $150,000 in the first 4 months.

They are just over the halfway mark with their current class and have been continuously improving their program to increase the value for their entrepreneurs, their products and their business.

Key benefits:

  • 100% hardware-focused four month program
  • Up to $150,000 in investments per startup
  • Free office space + makerspace + manufacturing partnership
  • Industrial designer in residence
  • One-on-one mentoring and coaching with 50+ mentors
  • Exclusive dinners and talks with hardware startup CEOs

Who can apply:

  • Early stage hardware startups with a technologically advanced product and a proof of concept for their technology or early prototype
  • Candidates accepted from anywhere in the world

Key dates:

  • Application period through December 13th at 11:59pm PST
  • Batch 2 will run from February 8th through June 11th, 2016 in Chatsworth, CA

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