Elateq is pleased to announce our participation in the MIT Enterprise Forum’s Spring 2021 BIPOC cohort. MIT Enterprise Forum Cambridge BIPOC Program is created to support early-stage tech entrepreneurs of color. Over the next 9 months Roderick Anderson, Elateq Co-Founder, and CEO will join a collective of 9 innovative entrepreneurs for MIT’s Smart Start seminars and mentorship program. These courses focus on advancing business acumen specific to the dynamic start-up realm, including unique legal issues, refining go-to-market strategy, tailoring pitches for a wide range of audiences, managing investments, and scaling.
It is an honor to have been selected for this competitive program and we look forward to sharing updates as we progress and continue to evolve Elateq’s business in the pursuit of our mission – delivering cost-effective cleantech solutions for advanced wastewater treatment removing heavy metals, pathogens and toxic man-made chemicals through our novel all-in-one approach.