Orlando just had the right mix of founders, investors, and partners that we could plug our support, mentors and application pipeline into.”
The Orlando program will be led by Allen Kupetz, executive-in-residence, Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College ; Richard Licursi, chairman, Spectrum Bridge Inc.; Pete McAlindon, chief executive officer, Blue Orb Inc.; and Pat McNair, interim chief financial officer, RowShamBow.
Gazelle Lab is a member of the TechStars Network, a group of independently owned and operated regional organizations focused on nurturing early-stage firms. Scott said Gazelle Lab is only the second TechStars network member in the U.S. to open a second location.
It is one of the first programs in the country to adopt a new accelerator application system, which you can see here, which allows startups to apply to several accelerator programs through a single form.