May 23, 2013
Source: Fortune — May 23, 2013 | Ted Greenwald
Like high-schoolers yearning for Harvard, many startups aspire to be accepted to a top accelerator program such as Y Combinator or TechStars. But what if you aim not to build the next Facebook but to solve pressing global problems?
That’s the core criterion for admission to SU Labs. “We’re not going to take a company that might make a nice return but has no value in… read more