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Resources For Boston-Area Entrepreneurs - October 5, 2020

Subscription Show 2020 on October 5-7 and 13-15 will feature six days of content on YOUR schedule with 65 keynotes, sessions, and workshops – focused exclusively on recurring revenue and subscriptions. This is an unparalleled learning opportunity for you and your team, delivered by vetted leaders and experts in the subscription economy, featuring 1:1 coaching with 8 coaching topics and 13 expert coaches to talk with during your private 30-minute coaching session, and 25 vendor demos from leading subscription-focused and solutions providers. Use this link for special FREE ADMISSION to the event.

The Fast Track to Scale (FTTS) Accelerator, a collaboration between Anthem, Inc. and MassChallenge HealthTech (MCHT), is accepting applications to its 2021 program. The Fast Track to Scale Accelerator is accepting applications from startups with the ability to both redefine the health care system and impact whole health, a vision of the health care system that continuously supports and improves our overall health rather than only intervening when we are sick. The FTTS Accelerator is also seeking solutions that address long-standing social injustice, racial inequality and health disparities in America and deliver support and relief to all affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Deadline: October 8th, 2020 at 12:00PM ET

EforAll Pitch Contests are fast-paced, fun community events that help early-stage entrepreneurs gain valuable exposure and feedback on a business idea. They are a great opportunity to network, validate a business idea, and compete to win a cash prize. It is free for entrepreneurs to apply and free for all to attend.
Lynn 2020 Fall All Ideas Pitch Contest - apply by October 15. 
More information here.

The MassTLC Tech Top 50 program aims to recognize the people, companies, and transformations that have made an impact this year. MassTLC will recognize 50 leaders across 5 categories and present the Tech Top 50 through a digital experience in the Fall of 2020. Submit a nomination today. Nominations are open through Friday, October 16. More information here.

The Suffolk Capital Tech Fund is on a mission to improve efficiency and productivity in the built environment. To further this mission, they are launching Suffolk Boost: an intense, 4-week program to “boost” promising startups and help them solve their biggest near-term obstacles. They are calling on daring founders to bring a well-defined challenge they’re looking to tackle, and will spend four weeks working closely with you to solve it. Applications are due October 16. More information here.

The EforAll Accelerator Program is a free, one-year program offered twice a year in each of their communities. This program offers a unique combination of immersive business training, mentorship and access to an extended professional network. Anyone with a dream to start or grow a business or nonprofit is encouraged to apply.
Roxbury 2021 Winter Accelerator - apply by October 16
South Coast 2021 Winter Accelerator - apply by October 16
Lowell-Lawrence 2021 Winter Accelerator - apply by October 16
Longmont 2021 Winter Accelerator - apply by November 5
Lynn 2021 Winter Accelerator - apply by November 5
Holyoke 2021 Winter Accelerator - apply by November 5

More information here.

MassCEC's Catalyst Program provides grants of up to $65,000 to researchers and early-stage companies looking to demonstrate initial prototypes of their clean energy technologies. Proposals are due October 19. More information here.

MassCEC’s Triple Decker Design Challenge is soliciting proposals from design/build firms, architects, and other qualified applicants to identify replicable and scalable all-electric triple-decker energy retrofit approaches.The program seeks to set a new and scalable standard for transitioning these iconic New England dwellings into high-performing, low-carbon buildings. Proposals are due November 6. More information here.

Eligible Massachusetts businesses of any size may apply for training grants through the Workforce Training Fund’s Express Program. The Express Program offers cash grants to businesses to cover up to 50% of the cost of training employees, up to $3,000 per employee per course. Additional limitations apply.  More information here.