Level Up! Free coworking for ISA teams and worldwide GAN Accelerator graduates

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[vc_row padding_top=”0px” padding_bottom=”0px”][vc_column fade_animation_offset=”45px”][text_output]This year’s cohort ended with an amazing Launch Day celebration with 900 people in attendance and 300 more via streaming.

But what happens next for these teams? We’ve created several options to better support 2015 and 2014 portfolio companies, and some of them are also available to other accelerator graduates as well.

For ISA graduates: 10x Level Up Program

ISA graduates from 2014 or 2015 have the option to join the 10x Level Up program, providing:

  • Office space at ISA’s Vault Coworking & Collaboration Space at no cost* for up to 12 months
  • Ongoing weekly agile coaching and support from ISA staff
  • Ongoing facilitated meetings with mentors and investors
  • Technical and marketing support, and access to software developers

The goal of the program is to ease the transition from the 90-day accelerator program by providing significant support and coaching for teams that want it.

Free coworking for GAN Accelerator graduates

But we’re also interested in helping startups from any Global Accelerator Network team that successfully completes a GAN program, anywhere in the world, that might want to call Iowa home. For these teams, we offer a smaller version of the 10x Level Up program, for up to 12 months, at no cost*, providing:

  • Office space at ISA’s Vault Coworking & Collaboration Space at no cost* for up to 12 months
  • Technical and marketing support, and access to software developers

Even better: we’re doing this in tandem with our friends at Des Moines’ Gravitate coworking, so you have options in the two largest cities in Iowa for your startups. Interested in learning more? Contact David Tominsky at david@iowastartupaccelerator.com.

*Yeah, there’s an asterisk. Although there is no membership cost, the program includes a small stipend of $15/month/person to help cover incremental costs of additional folks using the space, mostly the gallons of coffee.[/text_output][/vc_column][/vc_row]