There is no standard formula community leaders can use to build an effective accelerator program. Because each community has unique resources it can tap, we want to make sure the accelerator model a community uses will take advantage of those resources.
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Calabasas, CA (PRWEB) October 10, 2012
The Executive Accelerator Training is taking place March 6, 7, & 8, 2013, and is conveniently located at the Casa Munras Hotel & Spa i n downtown Monterey, CA. National leaders from economic development, entrepreneurship, high technology, and wealth generation will guide participants to create an accelerator program that fits the unique needs of their community. The training also provides key insights into how to locate and assist entrepreneurs in building businesses that will thrive and how to tap into a local investor community. Participants will learn how to secure the necessary funding to ensure their accelerator is effective and sustainable.
“There is no standard formula community leaders can use to build an effective accelerator program. Because each community has unique resources it can tap, we want to make sure the accelerator model a community uses will take advantage of those resources. The Executive Accelerator Training will demonstrate to participants how to leverage, link, and align their community assets, so they can make their community globally competitive,” Kathleen Allen PhD, President, N2TEC Institute.
N2TEC Institute is honored to have nationally acclaimed speakers work with the participants, including:
- Doug Henton, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Collaborative Economics
- Kathleen Allen PhD, President, N2TEC Institute and Director, USC Marshall Center for Technology Commercialization
- Timothy M. Stearns PhD, Vice President, N2TEC Institute, Director, the Lyles Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Fresno State University
N2TEC Institute is a nonprofit organization that brings the wealth creation process to rural and underserved regions of the United States through the development and growth of high technology entrepreneurs and their businesses. Recognizing that communities across the country foster early stage technology companies but may lack the resources to cultivate their continued success, our mission is to:
- Work with communities to assist them in developing high performance businesses to compete globally.
- Work with higher education institutions to develop and implement educational programs of entrepreneurship and innovation.