Big Island company joins business incubator
XLR8HI, a community for Hawai‘i entrepreneurs, has unveiled its sixth cohort of local companies who participated in preX, an investment readiness and business scaling hyper accelerator program.
One Big Island company – Kohala Coast Urgent Care – is among the 13
within the cohort.
“In the last two years, we’ve joined forces with over 100 Hawai‘i businesses from various sectors and stages to accelerate their entrepreneurial journeys and reach our collective goal,” said XLR8HI managing partner Omar Sultan.
The preX community is diverse and includes accomplished entrepreneurs, investors, and experts in Hawaii, who are eager to share their proven strategies and help local business owners thrive. For each cohort, the XLR8HI team carefully selects companies with the goal of creating a unique space that encourages networking and collaboration.
The preX community includes over 100 businesses and that number continues to grow.
“Our work here is far from over,” said Sultan, noting preX is currently recruiting for its seventh cohort taking place this June with applications due by May 21.
Founders and small business owners across Hawaiʻi are encouraged to apply.
Sign up here for a virtual preX Info Session on May 16 to meet the team behind the program and hear directly from the alumni about their preX experience.
You can also learn more about the program and apply for the upcoming cohort at the XLR8HI website.