San Rafael, CA (PRWEB) May 12, 2014
Venture Greenhouse 2.0 in Marin County is announcing a new strategy in its business accelerator, which will help stimulate the economies of Marin, the North Bay, and Greater Bay Areas.
In response to the growing needs of the greater community, Venture Greenhouse 2.0 is now opening its program to accept applications from all types of diverse and potentially scalable businesses, such as software, medical, e-commerce and more. Social and environmental impact strategies will continue to be a strong component of the Venture Greenhouse 2.0 curriculum.
A task force of 25 community members have collaborated to launch the new Venture Greenhouse 2.0, including Marin County Supervisor Susan Adams, San Rafael Vice-Mayor Damon Connolly, Marin Economic Forum CEO Rob Eyler, Chair of the North Bay Angels Selection Committee Cliff Detz, independent investors, business executives and academia.
The newly appointed Executive Director of Venture Greenhouse 2.0 is co-founder, Paul Bozzo, who brings significant skills, knowledge and experience to the leadership team. Paul's background spans 25 years of professional and consulting experience in startup strategies, angel and venture capital financing, strategic planning and SBA lending.
Entrepreneur clients will receive an intensive, industry driven, 12-month curriculum and resources, designed to accelerate their trajectory toward success. A new cohort of 10 highly vetted clients will be selected every six months.
Entrepreneurs and startups interested in participating as clients in Venture Greenhouse 2.0's business accelerator program are encouraged to attend a free information session on 6/11/14 at the Renaissance Center, 1115 3rd St, San Rafael, 94901 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
To register for the free information session, apply to the program or learn more about Venture Greenhouse 2.0, go to http://www.venturegreenhouse.biz.