Scott Koorndyk, president of The Entrepreneurs Center.
“Being a Launch Dayton partner is important to the overall work we’re doing at Parallax Advanced Research in support of innovation and creativity,” said Parallax Advanced Research CEO Dennis Andersh. “Our Launch Dayton team is our local arm that supports the innovation ecosystem, and we are excited to be a part of a new project to embolden innovative entrepreneurs and help make their ideas successful.”
Network managers are recruiting both mentors and mentees for the effort, which will kick off in early 2021.
There are 25 mentor spots open for the pilot run of the program. Interviews with applicants will begin in January 2021.
To qualify to be a mentor, you must be a current or former founder, owner, principal, executive or senior officer of a company or business.
Mentees will be expected to commit to the mentoring process and the relationship with assigned mentors.
Learn more and apply to be part of the Launch Dayton Mentor Network here: https://bit.ly/LDMentorNetwork.