Project Skyway, Minnesota’s first — and only — tech startup accelerator, is heads down right now preparing for their second “demo day”, the culmination of nearly three months of entrepreneurial incubation within the walls of CoCo Minneapolis.
Originally envisioned by veteran tech entrepreneur Cem Erdem in the fall of 2010 and formally launched with co founder Casey Allen in spring of 2011, Project Skyway provides cash, mentorship, office space and visibility for select emerging tech startups.
By Nick Nelson
Election season is upon us. Campaigns will be ramping-up in the coming months with several important seats up for grabs in November. That means a great deal of information (and misinformation) will be flying around.
The sheer volume of rhetoric coming from all angles can make it difficult for a person – particularly a young person who is new to the political climate – to cut through the bureaucracy and align himself or herself with a candidate that holds matching viewpoints and ideologies.
That’s why Political Harmony, a startup being developed under the current cycle at Project Skyway, was created. Co founders Kyle Welliver and Tyler Kent consider their website the “Match.com for politicians.”
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