Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator
We are New York City’s largest accelerator program. ERA has NYC’s deepest and strongest mentor network with 300+ expert investors, technologists, product specialists, marketers, customer acquisition strategists, sales execs, and more, across all major industries represented in NYC. ERA companies gain direct access to leading members of the New York City tech community through the ERA mentor network and are also given access to the right investors, sales prospects and partners. We look for companies from anywhere in the world that are able to take full advantage of the NYC opportunity as a starting point to successfully enter the market for their product, service or application.
Ideal For: Early stage startups
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