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The Delaware Startup Launchpad program is looking for technology-based startups to apply for the opportunity to get hands-on training, mentoring – and cash awards – for startup teams working to validate novel business models.

The program is presented by the University of Delaware Horn Program in Entrepreneurship in partnership with the Delaware Founders’ Initiative and Delaware Small Business Development Center (SBDC).

Key features of the UD Startup Launchpad include five three-hour workshops focused on hands on application of lean startup methods, mentoring sessions with experienced entrepreneurs and instructors and up to $5000 in cash awards for the best teams. Workshops will be hosted at local tech incubators 1313 Innovation, Start It Up Delaware and the Mill.

There’s no cost to apply but slots are limited. Application deadline is October 2, and the program begins on October 13th. For more details go to Delaware Startup Launchpad.

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