Pipeline Entrepreneurial Fellowship opened applications for its next cohort on Sept. 1.
The program is open to entrepreneurs whose company is entering a growth stage. Pipeline brings together high-performing entrepreneurs in the Midwest and grants them access to a national network of experts. Pipeline takes zero equity in member companies.
Since its founding, Pipeline has worked with more than 120 entrepreneurs who employ over 2,300 people in Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska, and have raised more than $513 million in outside capital since joining Pipeline.
“In my first year of Pipeline as a new fellow, I made stunning changes to my business model that made all the difference in the world to my company’s success and eventual exit. Those changes came from input from experts from around the country that Pipeline brought to bear,” Farmobile founder Jason Tatge said in a news release.
Applications are open through Oct. 22, and recruitment events will take place before then to share more information about the program. The first round of interviews will take place Nov. 14-15, and final interviews will be Dec. 5-6. New fellows will be announced at The Innovators gala Jan. 25. Learn more and apply here.