The Abell Foundation has pledged to continue its support of Accelerate Baltimore, a program of the Emerging Technology Centers, for the 2015 program.
Six companies will be chosen to participate in the 13-week program and each will get $25,000 to propel its business ideas. They also get free office space, access to advisors and connections to potential investors, partners and resources.
Accelerate Baltimore was Maryland’s first business accelerator, and will enter its fourth year in 2015. Its graduate companies include Allovue and PrintlessPlans.
The ETC begins accepting applications for the 2015 program on Wednesday, and chosen businesses will be notified in December.