Friday 16 September
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Today on StartupSmart, we take a look at how the changing role of incubators is helping start-ups thrive.
Where once start-up incubation simply meant a desk and a fax machine, it now spans everything from seed funding, events and mentorship to collaboration.
We have picked out 10 of the leading start-up incubators from around the world, including a few from our own shores.
If you want to turbo charge your growth, it may be worth getting on these incubators’ radars.
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