Pipeline program seeks entrepreneurs for 2015 fellowship

08/14/2014 9:51 AM

08/14/2014 9:51 AM

The Pipeline entrepreneurship grooming program said Thursday it has begun accepting applications for its 2015 fellowship.

The Kansas City, Kan., based group said it is seeking 10 to 13 entrepreneurs from Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska to participate in the year-long fellowship program.

The fellowship serves primarily entrepreneurs in technology and biosciences and provides participants quarterly education sessions and networking with seasoned entrepreneurs and experts as well as venture capitalists.

Since the nonprofit organization launched its first fellowship class in 2007, 14 area entrepreneurs have participated, including Carlos Fernandez of Clutch Studio and James Havers-Strong of ABI Group, who are among Pipeline’s 2014 fellows.

Applications and more information are available at Pipeline’s website, www.pipelineentrepreneurs.com.

The application deadline is Oct. 20.

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