The TME program at the University of New Brunswick is looking for scaling companies to participate in the next cohort of Scale Up Atlantic Canada.
Two years ago, the Fredericton university teamed up with Boston-based Babson College – long recognized for its entrepreneurial program – to create its new offering. The accelerator will be led by Babson professor Daniel Isenberg, who will use his trademarked program Scalerator as the basic curriculum.
The Scalerator program helps established companies increase their revenues by focusing on what Isenberg calls “the 3 Cs”: customer, capacity and cash.
The J. Herbert Smith Centre for Technology Management & Entrepreneurship – commonly known as TME – is looking for companies from the region with seven figures of annual revenues to apply.
The program, which is open to companies in all sectors of the economy, will run from February to September. Applications can be found here. The deadline for applications is Jan. 18.