The Entrepreneurs Roundtable has announced the first 10 companies to participate in its startup incubator program. The New York City-based ER Accelerator program, which runs from June through August, gives those companies some startup capital, as well as free office space and access to a number of mentors.
The ER Accelerator inaugural class boasts a good mix of consumer-facing and enterprise applications, as well as a few built for charitable causes and government agencies. Participating companies range from Nabfly, which is billed as a “mobile tagging platform that lets people scan posters with their phones and engage with a brand through a native application,” to Pricing Engine, a business intelligence service for digital marketers.
Participating ER Accelerator companies include:
- Parking Panda
- Pricing Engine
- Public Stuff
The ER Accelerator program, which was announced earlier this year, adds another startup incubator option in New York City, which is fast becoming an innovation hub for startups. It joins TechStars, Dreamit Ventures and locally based NYC SeedStart in the startup incubation race in New York City.
The program will give participating companies $25,000 and free office space overlooking Times Square for three months. Those startups will also receive free legal, administrative and development support and will have access to more than 180 mentors, including folks like Fred Wilson, Brian Cohen, David Pakman and others. In exchange, the program takes an 8-percent stake in all participating companies.