HONOLULU, HI – (Thursday, March 7, 2013) — Kinetiq Labs, the Hawaii-based accelerator-incubator hybrid, will begin accepting applications online for teams interested in transforming ideas into rapid-scaling startups. Ideal candidates are entrepreneurs technically versed and capable in bringing their ideas to fruition. A public information session will be held on Wednesday, March 13, 2013 at 6:30 p.m., at R/D 691 Auahi St. in Kakaako.
Run by a team of startup-centered professionals, Kinetiq Labs is committed to evolving startups into long term sustainable businesses. As Director of Business Development, Mike Prasad is best known as the social media guru that birthed the tweeting food truck craze, and played an instrumental role to the formation and growth of the tech scenes in Los Angeles and Las Vegas. Spencer Toyama, the Director of Operations, is a Hawaii-based entrepreneur focused on the operational growth, automation, and efficiency of the accelerator-incubator hybrid. Kinetiq Labs will provide teams with all the proper resources, mentor expertise, and strategic connections to exit with confidence and a sustainable growth trajectory.
Based in Hawaii, the Kinetiq Labs program offers a unique experience for creating and launching a startup in an environment that encourages both focus and relaxation. Their network and advisors in design, engineering, marketing, and business are at each teams’ disposal for guidance and feedback.
Applications available online: www.kinetiqlabs.com/apply.htm
Information session: Wednesday, March 13, 2013 @ R/D 691 Auahi St., Honolulu, HI 96813
Final deadline for applications: Friday, April 19, 2013.
About Kinetiq Labs
Kinetiq Labs is a new vision in tech incubators, introducing a pioneering phased approach to the incubator model; phasing equity and funding with the appropriate levels of progress that a business requires for success. Kinetiq has allied itself with influential members of the startup community to attract and evolve forward-thinking and consumer-facing businesses, providing early-stage funding up to $60,000 per a team.