There are a lot more startup dreams than startup successes. Typically nine out of ten startups have failed within 5 years after opening their doors. This high rate of failure is due almost entirely to the lack of proof of concept for the prospective business or the product itself. Too… read more →
The RAIN Eugene Accelerator welcome its third class of startups last week.
Eight promising startup companies in fields ranging from sports apparel to nanomaterials manufacturing are the first graduates of the RAIN Eugene Accelerator.
How does a company pitch its ideas to investors? This short Q&A with the founders of Lawger provides a glimpse into the preparation for a pitch event.
What comes next? Startup founders must contemplate the future after they launch their company, leave the accelerator, and strike out on their own.