Scott Kirsner’s article in The Boston Globe, Financial startups build momentum in Boston, includes a brief mention of mentoring.
And the DCU FinTech Innovation Center, near South Station, is becoming a clear hub of activity. Run by Digital Federal Credit Union, it offers free office space to selected startups, along with mentorship and access to DCU executives.
The DCU Fintech Innovation Center is unusual in two different ways, one it’s run by a financial services company, and two, it provides startups with access to its executives. Are these trends or one-offs?
Mentoring has become a must-have ingredient for incubators and accelerators. But there enough great mentors to go around?