TechStars

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  • 2011
  • 1 Season

A documentary reality series that profiles start-up companies. Think Shark Tank for technology start-ups. This television series grew out of the start-up incubator company of the same name. The location for all the companies featured is New York City. Features intimate views of the highly stressful daily lives of the companies' founders. They propose new business models, develop prototype software, and have think tank blue sky meetings. Each episode covers their first three months. Gives insider's seat on the raw, stumbling beginnings of tech start-ups. Failures as well as successes are shown. Includes ventures ToVieFor, FriendsList, and MigrationBox. Presented by Bloomberg TV.

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Season 1, Episode 4
4. Season 1, Episode 4
October 4, 2011
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Season 1, Episode 3
3. Season 1, Episode 3
September 27, 2011
The entrepreneurs implement all the mentor advice, and focus on a direction. Venture capitalist Fred Wilson evaluates their businesses. The team of the week wins a meeting with the CEO of Twitter, Dick Costolo.
Season 1, Episode 2
2. Season 1, Episode 2
September 20, 2011
Who's got what it takes to be the next big thing in tech? Entrepreneurs make their way through TechStars, an elite startup boot camp. They're guided by top names in tech from Google, Microsoft, Twitter, and more, and judged every step of the way. Who will win big, scoring millions of dollars from investors?
Season 1, Episode 1
1. Season 1, Episode 1
September 13, 2011
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A documentary reality series that profiles start-up companies. Think Shark Tank for technology start-ups. This television series grew out of the start-up incubator company of the same name. The location for all the companies featured is New York City. Features intimate views of the highly stressful daily lives of the companies' founders. They propose new business models, develop prototype software, and have think tank blue sky meetings. Each episode covers their first three months. Gives insider's seat on the raw, stumbling beginnings of tech start-ups. Failures as well as successes are shown. Includes ventures ToVieFor, FriendsList, and MigrationBox. Presented by Bloomberg TV.

  • Premiere Date
    September 13, 2011