MassChallenge is an exciting and competitive accelerator for promising startups from around the world. Syracuse LaunchPad companies like MedUX have gone through the program and come out with an incredible network of experts who have helped accelerate their journey. MassChallenge is now reaching out to the Syracuse innovation community to invite top talent, ideas, and technologies in its new cohort focusing on artificial intelligence and machine learning, microelectronics and sensor technologies.
“We know that the Syracuse University Launch Pad is a leading source of innovation within those felids,” says Hugh Rossi of Mass Challenge who heads up partnerships. “I invite any Syracuse student, faculty, staff, or alumni who are working on innovations within those fields to apply to our 2021 cohort for free. We believe our continued community partnership will serve to elevate the success of these startups through connections and mentorship.”
Members of the Syracuse University LaunchPad community who are interested in this offer, should start by joining the LaunchPad, and then reach out by e-mail to indicate their interest in MassChallenge and get connected.
MassChallenge was established ten years ago as a non-profit organization that catalyzes innovation and entrepreneurship through collaboration. It works sectors and alongside partners and experts to connect corporate innovators and government leadership to promising, high-impact startups. Startups admitted into MassChallenge go through a 4-month period of curriculum, mentorship, and exhibition events designed to produce avenues of growth, funding, and third-party collaboration. Currently virtual, MassChallenge has several locations across the North America and Europe.