Based in Mission San Francisco, the i/o Ventures Accelerator Program is currently taking application for the next in-take. The deadline is next Monday 16th January and the program will start mid-February.

The program was Founded by Ashwin Navin – co-founder of BitTorrent, Aber Whitcomb – ex-CTO of MySpace, Jim Young – CEO/CTO of and Paul Bragiel – co-founder of Lefora. All entrepreneurs who want to use their experience to mentor the next generation of start-ups.

The program runs for 3 months and has a heavy focus on helping early stage tech companies go from product launch to company development and works with teams to clarify how to scale, grow revenue and fundraise.

i/o will accept 5 teams and invest $25,000 for 8% equity.  Chinese start-ups are welcome to apply. Although you will have to go to San Francisco!

To apply, click here.

TechNode is also a partner of i/o Ventures.

Jason is an Australian born Chinese living in Beijing, specializing in entrepreneurship, start-ups and the investment eco-system in China, especially in the tech and social area.

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