Our program primarily caters towards IT-related / software products at first.

This doesn't mean you can't benefit if you are interested in starting up in a different space. Our thinking around this is that learning to build a startup is hard, and building software startups are the easiest while in college. So we start with an easy domain (like SaaS, then teach first-time founders the ropes of how to build a good startup.

Once founders learn the basic steps (Idea Discovery, Prototyping, Customer Validation), it's easy for them to apply to a hardware or mechanical engineering product.

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