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This Company Helps Create Fundable Prototypes Fast

An L.A. accelerator focuses on hardware prototyping.
Aid for inventors: Noramay Cadena of Make in LA. Source: Chris DeLorenzo

Make in LA has an ambitious goal: enabling hardware-focused entrepreneurs to develop fundable prototypes in just four months. In its first year, the accelerator received nearly 100 applicants, all vying for a spot in the maker space, plus $150,000 distributed in two rounds of funding. In January, the program graduates

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