Kansas University announces university-run business accelerator.

Kansas University has announced KU Catalyst, a new business accelerator to offer its students access to work space, mentorship, and capital.

The project is a joint venture between Kansas’ School of Business and the Bioscience and Technology Business Centre. The programme is due to start in February in a temporary home on campus before moving to the new School of Business’ building once it is completed in 2016.

Wally Meyer, director of entrepreneurship programs at Kansas, said: “Before KU Catalyst,…

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