Now that the International CES show, and Eureka Park are winding down this weekend, we’ve got a ton of news about the largest startup conference in the country, everywhereelse.co The Startup Conference. As you may have heard the conference has already sold (not forecast, but sold) nearly 2000 attendee tickets. In addition we have over 130 startups in the Startup Village with a very limited amount of spaces left for your startup. For more on Startup Village booths click here.
Well the conference has some big news that they’ll be announcing over the next week or two starting with a great partnership that will really help startups “everywhere else”.
Everywhereelse.co The Startup Conference is pleased to announce that the event has partnered with the Global Accelerator NetworkGAN is an organization of over 50 of the top short-term, mentorship-driven, seed stage accelerators around the globe. Their members include TechStars, Excelerate Labs, TechWildcatters, LaunchPad LA, StartupBootcamp, and more.
Global Accelerator Network’s Pat Riley will be on hand at everywhereelse.co as well as an entire team from GAN.
Everywhereelse.co will feature three accelerator focused panels. The first panel is “what I learned in an accelerator” featuring startup founders that have been through accelerator programs across the country. We’ll have founders from 500 Startups, YC, TechStars, Brandery, Jumpstart Foundry, The Fort, Seed Hatchery and several others. This panel will help give entrepreneurs an insight into the life of the startup accelerator.
The conference will also feature a panel of some of the top accelerator Managing Director’s across the country. While many startup accelerators live to the same principals and road maps some may be different. We’re going to have Managing Directors from startup accelerators across the country.
The third accelerator focused panel will address the reasons why your startup should or should not apply to startup accelerators. This insightful panel will draw from some of the best entrepreneurs who could talk about why your startup should do an accelerator and what vertical accelerators your startup should apply to.
To that end, Global Accelerator Network will be on hand throughout the conference helping entrepreneurs and founders figure out which accelerator may be best for them and then help them apply.