Iowa Startup Accelerator (ISA), is accepting applications for the fall batch of its 2018 cohort. ISA focuses on idea-stage tech startups with ties to Iowa’s key industries including agriculture, healthcare, manufacturing, transportation and education.
Accepted teams receive an investment from the ISA Fund, educational workshops, mentorship, coaching, and access to resources to help build their business better.
“ISA is in its fifth year and we’ve made 35 investments so far,” NewBoCo Accelerator Managing Director David Tominsky said in the press release. We’re continuing to see applications from around the world, but we are laser-focused on startups that are here or plan to stay and grow here in Cedar Rapids.”
NewBoCo’s Social Good Accelerator, Iowa’s first and only accelerator program for nonprofits, is accepting applications for two funded spots this fall. The two nonprofit teams accepted into Social Good Accelerator will receive funding, mentorship and training alongside the other startups in the Iowa Startup Accelerator.
The first Social Good Accelerator team, GSI Works, started the 12-month program in March.