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[NM LEEP] 2024 Applications are open and close on 4/22

April 22

New Mexico Lab-Embedded Entrepreneur Program

NM LEEP is on the lookout for exceptional early-stage deep tech entrepreneurs to become part of its Cohort 4, concentrating on critical areas of advanced materials, biotech, energy transition, quantum computing and AI, and space systems. We seek dedicated individuals ready to fast-track the development and commercialization of their technologies and products that address one of the country’s significant energy, security, and economic challenges.

Our customized business curriculum has been pivotal for our five Fellows, helping them secure $4 million in funding in the first two years. This crucial support has propelled the validation of their technologies, broadened their customer bases, and accelerated their product development efforts. Collaborating strategically with specialists at Los Alamos National Laboratory has enabled our LEEP innovators to pinpoint and overcome their most pressing technical challenges.

This two-year fellowship encompasses an annual stipend alongside benefits, a collaborative agreement to support technical advances with a New Mexico national laboratory expert, a custom-designed training curriculum led by industry experts, personalized mentorship, and interactions with investors in your field.

Our initiative offers deep-tech startups an invaluable opportunity to thrive, build their product and company in the state of New Mexico.

Applications are open for Cohort 4 until April 22. Final selections of the next cohort will be in the fall of 2024 with the new cohort will onboard next January. 

Please share this information with your network and recommend any potential applicants you believe may be a fit. 

Sign up for webinar to learn more on Tuesday, March 19, 5pm EST. Please contact [email protected] or visit nmleep.com for more information.

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