Code Launch Accelerator Competition
CodeLaunch is an annual seed accelerator for people and groups with ideas for “apps” who are seeking seed funding. The CodeLaunch Pitch Day is the culmination of the competition and a showcasing of the best competitors. If you have an idea for an app and nothing more, you still are qualified to apply. Additionally, If you have experience in business and passion for entrepreneurism, you are likely to advance. CodeLaunch will continue to grow each year and has become an event with widespread interest from the start-up community including Angel Investors, Venture Capital, and other entrepreneurial organizations and leaders.
Locations: Frisco, Texas
Ideal For: People and groups with ideas for “Apps” who are seeking seed funding
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