Cherokee Challenge offers funding, mentors for greentech startups
Raleigh, N.C. —
Sustainability expert Bill McDonough is partnering with investment firm Cherokee on this year’s Challenge. The Challenge will invest in three to five startups, who would receive $20,000 in seed funding; free office space for three months in Raleigh; complimentary back office support from Cherokee Investment Services, including assistance with incorporation, accounting and IRS compliance; and mentoring from an advisory committee of 20 experts from the investment, legal, greentech and entrepreneurial sectors. Selected companies will also have the opportunity to present to other investors and the public.
For more information or to submit an application, go to cherokeechallenge.com. Applications are due April 30.
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