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Los Angeles’ Top Startup Incubators and Accelerators

Whether you are making medical devices or movies, if you have a promising startup chances are there’s someone out there to help.

Southern California is home to an armada of accelerators, incubators, startup studios and other programs designed to help new business owners develop their vision and launch the next billion-dollar business.


Some of these programs are run by investors, who often go on to back the companies they incubate in later rounds. Others were created as a way for existing companies like the Walt Disney Co. or the Los Angeles Dodgers baseball team to mine talent in their backyard for future revenue opportunities. Programs like the LA Cleantech Incubator target companies from across the globe that are developing tech to mitigate the climate crisis.

While some accelerators opt to provide funding outright in exchange for an equity stake, some prefer to not financially invest, and instead offer founders a

Young Lincoln entrepreneurs will peddle products at upcoming business fair | Local

Zach Harsin, co-owner of private school Acton Academy, called his upcoming event “a lemonade stand on steroids.”

Harsin’s students and other young business owners will participate in Acton Academy’s third Lincoln Children’s Business Fair on Saturday from 1-3 p.m. at Camp Sonshine’s new Shiloh campus in Roca.







Lincoln Children's Business Fair

Kash Vogel sells Boom Bath Bombs at a previous Lincoln Children’s Business Fair.




There, 75 children under 17 will sell their own crafts, baked goods and — of course — freshly squeezed lemonade.

Fifty child-owned businesses will be participating, and about half of those will be run by Acton Academy students.

The business fair aligns with the school’s hands-on curriculum. Harsin said Acton Academy attempts to educate students through experiences rather than classroom lectures.

“We are a learner-driven program, where we put the child in the driver’s seat of their own education through real-world projects such as this business fair,” Harsin

5 Smart Cash Flow Tips from Dun and Bradstreet Exec

Joe Pascaretta is familiar with a point or two about compact small business growth. Yes, he heads little business marketing for Dun and Bradstreet but he has also operate a landscaping organization and he and his crew talk to countless numbers of company owners 12 months.

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Video and Distant Function

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