OPI Accelerator Helps Speed the Path From Startup to Successful Business

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ROBIN RILEY, WEB EDITOR, [email protected]

ROCHESTER, N.Y., Aug. 28, 2018 — Luminate, the only international startup accelerator focused on next-generation optics, photonics, and imaging, is now accepting applications for its 2019 program. The deadline for applications is September 24. If you are selected to participate, the support you will receive from Luminate will include $100,000 upon program acceptance and a chance to win $1 million in follow-on funding.

Before you apply, find out more about Luminate and how it is helping businesses pull together all the components needed for launching a successful business. Join executive director Sujatha Ramanujan, client engagement manager Andrew Simon, and Luminate graduate Jason Babcock for an informative webinar on Thursday, September 6, from 3-4 p.m. EDT.

Luminate business accelerator, Rochester, NY.The webinar will discuss the services, curriculum, and peer learning environment that Luminate offers to help you transfer knowledge into action. It will cover the criteria for participation; the selection process; and how to apply.

If you are a photonics entrepreneur with a new product or product idea; the owner of a startup that could benefit from the support of a business accelerator; a potential investor; and/or an OPI professional who is interested in learning more about the Luminate accelerator, we hope you will join us.

To find out more about Luminate, please visit the Luminate website. To sign up for the webinar on September 6, link here to go to the registration page.

For those who cannot make the webinar, it will be recorded and available for viewing on-demand shortly after the live webinar, at The Luminate accelerator accepts applications from businesses located all over the world.

Published: August 2018
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