9 Hot Accelerators
An offshoot from the more general tech accelerator AlphaLab, this Pittsburgh program focuses on hardware, robotics and “Internet of things” companies. It takes a 5% stake for a $25,000 investment or 9% for $50,000.
The mentors from nearby Carnegie Mellon provide the biggest value, according to Hahna Alexander, CTO of Sole Power, which makes a power-generating shoe insole to charge portable devices and graduated from the general accelerator in 2012.
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