Applications open for Startup Shenandoah Valley: Region’s first online accelerator incubator – Augusta Free Press

Staunton Creative Community FundStaunton Creative Community Fund is now accepting applications for the region’s first online accelerator-incubator program for high-growth businesses: Startup Shenandoah Valley.

Companies selected for S2V will have access to the best resources, mentors, and investors in and beyond the region.

“S2V is a significant opportunity for both our entrepreneurs and our community as a whole,” said Debbie Irwin, executive director of SCCF. “With the support from partners across the region and our new ecosystem builders, we have designed an innovative program that will help businesses in the Valley compete at a national level. Best of all, because of the GO Virginia grant SCCF received earlier this year, we are able to offer this program free of charge and without taking equity.”

Companies selected for the

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