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While a lot has changed in the retail industry in recent years, one thing that hasn’t changed is the challenges small businesses face when transitioning to mass-marketers of their products through national retailers. That’s where accelerators come in. Accelerators in general are a relatively new concept that teach start-up companies how to advance their business and avoid the many pitfalls that small businesses face. Typically lasting three to six months, these accelerator programs are akin to entrepreneurial summer camps—without the s’mores. Some of them are primarily web-based.
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