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BBJ: Johns Hopkins, UMB, Betamore Seek 5 Health Startups For New Accelerator

Tuesday, January 30, 2018


Betamore, Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures and the University of Maryland, Baltimore are looking for five local digital health, bio-health or life sciences companies to participate in a new collaborative accelerator program.

The application period for Trajectory Next is now open. The new 12-week training program will run from April 1 through June 15. The new program has been branded as a kind of post-accelerator that will offer startups support and assistance as they work to build up their teams, acquire new customers and develop revenue streams. It is designed to serve startups that are navigating the tricky period after graduating from an accelerator or incubator.

Trajectory Next was one of six projects recently funded through the Maryland Technology Development Corp.'s Incubation Challenge. And it was one of two ventures representing partnership between UMB and Hopkins. Each project won $125,000.

Eligible candidates for Trajectory Next must be health or life sciences-related company, located in Maryland or willing to relocate to Maryland. They must also have successfully completed an accelerator or similar program, demonstrate the ability to define metrics and milestones, as well as an understanding of customer segments. They must be able to devote three hours per week of on-site workshop time.

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