The Meow Wolf-sponsored cohort will focus on supporting startups working in emerging creative tech sectors
Meow Wolf CEO Vince Kadlubek has described participation in the inaugural Creative Startups accelerator in 2014 as transformational for the arts collective, which eventually launched its wildly successful House of Eternal Return immersive art attraction on Rufina Circle and is expanding to other states.
Now Meow Wolf is looking to help other entrepreneurs in creative fields get in the game by helping present the 2019 Creative Startups Accelerator. A recent announcement said Meow Wolf will take applications for the program aimed at helping people to grow new businesses.
Meow Wolf will provide a grant and mentors for the new partnership, for which the city of Albuquerque is a lead sponsor to the tune of $125,000.
An announcement says, "The Meow Wolf-sponsored cohort will focus on supporting startups working in emerging creative tech sectors such as augmented reality/virtual reality (AR/VR), robotics, media technologies, and animation, as examples."
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