Eight promising startup companies in fields ranging from sports apparel to nanomaterials manufacturing are the first graduates of the RAIN Eugene Accelerator.
How does a company pitch its ideas to investors? This short Q&A with the founders of Lawger provides a glimpse into the preparation for a pitch event.
What comes next? Startup founders must contemplate the future after they launch their company, leave the accelerator, and strike out on their own.
As the RAIN Eugene Accelerator nears conclusion, founders turn their focus towards charting a course for the year ahead. As companies learn tips about building the right company to determining market size, the accelerator continues to position founders for success. “We still have a lot to accomplish in the next… read more →
When Dan Keith and Doug Yook, founders of SCAPE–a new SaaS collaboration platform for scientific, technical and creative teams product from InSilico–arrived for the first day of the RAIN Eugene Accelerator program, they admit being skeptical of how exactly RAIN was going to help them launch their business. “We didn’t… read more →