Building a successful start-up incubator
I’ve been watching the various initiatives the Australian National Innovation & Science Agenda (NISA) have started and see that they recently launched some more initiatives including the funding of incubators http://www.innovation.gov.au/page/incubator-support-programme.
There is regular talk about start-up incubators and accelerators, as well as hubs and more, this got me thinking about what it would take for incubator success, and this is a Mind Map with my thinking so far.
Seems to me that it is much more than just space and funding, and that the environment, networking, mentoring, collaboration and collision, as well as useful creative thinking methods are all part of what would create a truly successful incubator.
Author’s name: Bill Jarrard
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