You put your head down and work hard at your job for what seemed like a lifetime, you have an MVP to show off your ability to sweat, and you’re ready to jump-start your company. Building a startup can be slow and lonely, but launching a business accelerator can make all the difference.
The Quality Accelerator combines expert mentoring, essential business skills, entrepreneurial resources, investor relations, community, and a collaborative, inspiring environment in just three short months. And while there are over 200 accelerators in the US alone, none of them are as successful, prestigious or prestigious as YCombinator (YC).
Airbnb, Coinbase, Cruise, and DoorDash are some of the names on YC’s list of the best companies of 2022. More than 260 YC companies are valued at over $150 million, and over 60 have crossed the $1 billion mark.
As a result, YC’s selection process is rigorous and rigorous—less than 5% of applicants are reportedly accepted. Getting into Harvard is hard, but not hard. As a launch platform for startups, YC is second to none, which is why we’re excited to announce that Dalton Caldwell of YCombinator will be joining us for a suitably titled TC early stage presentation on April 14th. How to get to UKI
Caldwell is the CEO, architect and partner of the YC group. Prior to joining the company, he was co-founder and CEO of Imeem (a social networking website acquired by MySpace in 2009) and co-founder and CEO of App.net. He has a bachelor’s degree in sign systems and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Stanford University.
During his session, Caldwell will talk about how to increase your chances of joining the YC group. He will also give you advice on how – once there – you can optimize your time to grow your business successfully.
Don’t miss this opportunity to get an inside look at the budding founder and what YC is looking for in their startup. What you learn in this class has the potential to put you in the ranks of great YC alumni – without having to apply 13 times before you get accepted.
The initial stage of the TC The sessions provide enough time to get involved, ask questions, and come away with a deep working understanding of the topics and skills. Important for the success of a startup. Register Now Before $249 Founder Tickets Sold OutI