The Fargo Startup House (FSH), a coliving incubator for early-stage startup entrepreneurs, has launched and it’s ready to take in entrepreneurs. The goal of the space is to foster the local entrepreneurial community by bringing six world-class startups to Fargo, to live in the house for six months to a year, where they will have top mentors and free resources. Oh, and did I mention that no equity exchange is required either?
“The Fargo Startup House is an attempt to accelerate both the number of early-stage, fast growth, innovation-driven startups based in Fargo-Moorhead, and the pace at which those startups can succeed in having an impact on the world,” said Miguel Danielson, founder of Fargo Startup House.
The six startups will have access to gigabit, fiber-optic Internet service to the house. They will also have access to collaborative space CoCo. The first class of participants is expected to move into the house beginning on September 1, 2014.