ElmSpring strives to give Chicago yet another hi-tech boost by supporting emerging startups.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) November 21, 2013
A new technology accelerator launches in Chicago this year. Led by founders Thomas Bretz and Adam Freeman, ElmSpring Chicago is a startup accelerator program with a focus on real estate and its related industries. The goal of ElmSpring is to discover startups with ideas that, literally, no one has considered. ElmSpring seeks out candidate companies they believe will grow and thrive by working with them for years to come.
Companies selected into the ElmSpring accelerator can expect immediate, guaranteed access to funds. Office space and a specialized network of mentors are also available to assist them. ElmSpring leverages an exceptional network of powerful real estate and investment professionals to fast-track innovative thinking. By growing companies in the ElmSpring environment, startups get a head start at testing and designing real products for real users.
Elmspring and its affiliated network can create, test, and refine new concepts.
Investors have opportunity to participate in a wide range of early-stage technology companies pre-selected to participate in the accelerator program. ElmSpring’s ultimate goal is to spark interest in real estate by bringing cutting edge innovation to the industry by creating the ElmSpring Advantage.
The ElmSpring team will seek out candidate companies that they believe will grow and thrive by working with ElmSpring for years to come. Behind each relationship, ElmSpring will put its decades of industry knowledge and expertise.
ElmSpring strives to give Chicago yet another hi-tech boost by supporting emerging startups. Enthused by the entrepreneurial process, the ElmSpring team offers an exciting culture, capital, and know-how to make the execution of innovative projects possible.
Candidate companies, mentors, and investors looking for more information about the ElmSpring accelerator can contact Colleen O’Toole at cotoole(at)elmspringchicago(dot)com.