Maritime and Eco-Friendly Startup Help for San Juan Islanders

Posted August 1, 2021 at 4:30 am by

Boats on moorings in 2020. Mark Gardner, Contributed. 

From NW Inno­va­tion Resource Center

NW Inno­va­tion Resource Cen­ter is part­ner­ing with WA Mar­itime Blue and Clean­Tech Alliance to sup­port a cohort of marine and envi­ron­men­tal­ly friend­ly star­tups. Build­ing upon the mind­set of inno­va­tion in the area, the cohort mem­bers will have access to assis­tance from experts to explore the via­bil­i­ty of their ideas and build their business.

The Ports of Ana­cortes, Belling­ham, Edmonds, Everett and Skag­it are sup­port­ing cohort par­tic­i­pants with exper­tise about mar­itime activ­i­ties, and San Juan Islands res­i­dents are invit­ed to join. 

Entre­pre­neurs with an idea or are in the process of get­ting their busi­ness start­ed but find them­selves “stuck” or at a loss for the best way to move for­ward, might find this cohort to be a good fit. Guid­ance will include sup­port from ideation to exe­cu­tion and invest­ment – all tai­lored for the cohort member’s par­tic­u­lar stage in growth.

Find more detail or sub­mit an appli­ca­tion to par­tic­i­pate at BlueTech/CleanTech Cohort — Northwest
Inno­va­tion Resource Cen­ter at nwirc.com.

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