San Diego, CA (Feb 4, 2015, San Diego Business Journal)–Technology incubator EvoNexus has announced its open call for applications from startups competing to enter its locations, the group said.
The application process closes Feb. 28. Following a vetting process, EvoNexus anticipates announcing the new class of companies entering its program.
In partnership with the Irvine Co. and more than two dozen multinational companies in the technology and health sector, EvoNexus offers 40,000-square-feet of class, office and dry lab space at its three incubator locations: two in San Diego and one in Irvine.
EvoNexus does not require startups to surrender equity or pay any fees for rent or services, EvoNexus said.
According to the incubator, Qualcomm Inc. (Qualcomm@EvoNexus) and Cisco Systems (CiscoEIR@EvoNexus) have published areas of interest and will be independently looking at the startups admitted into EvoNexus to consider investing initial seed funding.