Is there an index of startup incubators around the world?


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Is there a list of places like the YCombinator, CapitalFactory etc arranged by their geographic operating regions?

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asked Feb 27 '10 at 07:01
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Scott
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The most recent list I've seen also provides the application deadlines for different startup incubators: http://kaljundi.com/2010/02/19/upcoming-startup-incubator-deadlines/ And Robert Shedd has tried to round up all that he can find at:
http://blog.shedd.us/321987608/ - His commenters have contributed even more.

For the benefit of those not led to Answers.OnStartups.com from his recent blog post, our own Jason Cohen is a mentor and investor in Capital Factory, an Austin, TX-based incubator. And Dharmesh is a mentor for TechStars in Boston.

answered Feb 27 '10 at 07:07
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Jay Neely
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  • Sounds like there is room for a more consistent list that is continually updated. – Scott 7 years ago
  • Definitely. http://www.crunchbase.com/ has a ton of great additional info about individual startup incubators, but they're all tagged with different tags; there's no real easy way to get a comprehensive list. – Jay Neely 7 years ago
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@Scott and @JayNeely - I'm glad that my post was added as a link to this question. I see that you both think there's a need for something more as far as listing/cataloguing accelerator programs around the world. Would love to get your thoughts as far as what could be added or how the current list could be extended. Feel free to reach out with any ideas. Thanks!

answered Feb 28 '10 at 12:46
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Shedd
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  • In my mind, the ideal list would be a basic fact sheet on a incubator/angel/vc, searchable/sortable on geographic location, round sizes, style (YC v Intel), mentality (pump & dump, long term growth) – Scott 7 years ago
  • Good thoughts. I'll certainly see how much of this content I can include as I work on expanding the list. (I wish whoever was in charge of this site would change the pts required for comments! It's a pain to not be able to add comments to items, like the response below...) – Shedd 7 years ago
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Here's an updated answer (all other answers were sent in 2010) -

http://seed-db.com/accelerators

answered May 23 '13 at 18:17
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Dan Dascalescu
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