Incubators and Accelerators in the Boston Area

  1. COGO Labs cogolabs.com/about
    Our approach to starting companies is different. We analyze petabytes of data and identify the market opportunities hidden within the 1s and 0s. Informed by these insights, our teams experiment, iterate, and build businesses in these markets. With support from Cogo’s core teams and our proprietary technology platform, incubating companies can focus on what’s important and grow to profitability quickly.
    Robert Fisher CEO
  2. LearnLaunch learnlaunch.com/accelerator
    The LearnLaunch Family, which includes our Institute (501c3 non profit) and Campus (co-working space). Our institute provides classes, an industry-leading Conference, Marketing support, and Research while our Campus is the epicenter for Edtech in Boston. The space is home to 40+ edtech startups and attracts innovators, researchers, international governments, and investors through its doors.
    Jean Hammond General Partner
  3. Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship entrepreneurship.mit.edu
    At the Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship, our mission is to advance knowledge and educate students in innovation-driven entrepreneurship in a manner that will best serve the nation and the world in the 21st century. The focus of our education is MIT students to whom we provide proven frameworks, courses, co-curricular programs, state-of-the-art facilities, advisory services, and processes to create a rigorous, practical, customized, and integrated educational experience. We accept and welcome our leadership role to advance the field at MIT as well as globally.
  4. MassChallenge masschallenge.org/programs-boston
    MassChallenge Boston is a premier early-stage startup accelerator program. Our unique model is industry agnostic, allowing us to select and support the highest potential innovators from all sectors. Whether working on breakthrough advances in data security or using AI technology to drive health outcomes, our entrepreneurs are at the leading edge of their field.
    Cait Brumme Managing Director
  5. Roxbury Innovation Center roxburyinnovationcenter.org/who-we-are
    The Roxbury Innovation Center is a landmark project for the city of Boston. We support local economic development by encouraging innovation and entrepreneurship.
    Daniel Vidana Director
  6. TechStars Boston Accelerator techstars.com/programs/boston
    Boston is home to countless category-shifting, deep tech creations & is viewed as a top innovation hub in a number of verticals. With a reputation for churning out hugely successful companies & disruptive technologies, the Techstars program in Boston attracts top talent from all over the world. Known for producing some of the best-funded classes across all of Techstars programs, Boston boasts an intensely active startup ecosystem that enables hundreds of companies & successful exits each year.
    Clement Cazalot Managing Director
  7. The Engine engine.xyz
    Launched by MIT, The Engine bridges the gap between discovery and commercialization by empowering disruptive technologies with the long-term capital, knowledge, network connections, and the specialized equipment and labs they need to thrive. Tough Tech companies have historically been underserved and underfunded, leaving many breakthrough inventions stuck inside the lab. This is why we focus exclusively on founders pioneering technology with the genuine ability to transform the planet. Everything we do is in the service of our founders and their work.
    Katie Raie CEO and Managing Partner

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