No. We receive thousands of applications per year, which is why we have an application process. Systematically emailing some or all of our mentors in order to try to influence them before being accepted into the program will hurt you more than it will help you (because they’ll complain about it to us). The mentors are dedicated to helping the companies that we select, but are not a part of the selection process. Please don’t bombard them with emails.
After I apply, I’m thinking of emailing many of the mentors to get them interested in what I’m doing. Good idea?
Modified on: Tue, 21 Jun, 2016 at 3:31 PM
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