“We understand that our time is valuable, and we don’t really apply to accelerators anymore. The BREW goes so far beyond that. It really helps you with market penetration and understanding the landscape.”
Jon Grant, Chief Commercial Officer at Sentry
As a late-stage water tech innovator, you’ve laid the groundwork: You have the idea, you’ve done the research and development, you’ve launched a product and you’re ready for the market.
Now, you’re ready for BREW 2.0. The Business, Research and Entrepreneurship in Water (BREW) Accelerator 2.0 is a next-stage post-accelerator created to help young companies build connections and grow their company’s capacity. This virtual and in-person hybrid program focuses on expert-led sales and growth training tailored for water tech businesses. Afterward, participants have access to ongoing training opportunities to continue their growth trajectory. Participation is free other than travel expenses.
The application period for 2023 will open in fall. In the meantime, check out our list of frequently asked questions to see if BREW 2.0 is right for your company.
|Onsite destruction of PFAS
|Real-time, online microbiological measurements||AI platform with holistic distribution system monitoring||More precise and controllable filtration and separation technologies|
|Data-as-a-service model enables
more accurate pipe assessment
|Portable device for water
|Cloud-based SaaS uses AI to reduce costs, operational risk & emissions||AI-powered analytics software
for water utilities
|Sustainable water treatment with programmable water quality||Online system detects
pathogens & bacteria
Ideal participants have already successfully participated in one or more accelerator programs, are market-ready or in-market with early sales and are ready to grow. The program focuses on businesses with products and components related to water quality and quantity, including water and wastewater, agriculture, watershed management, hydropower, sensors, data management and other software solutions.
“Our participation in the BREW was critical to developing our understanding of the North American water technology market.”
–Wayne Byrne, Managing Director of Oxymem in Ireland, acquired by Dow in early 2020
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