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Lightning Lab II grows up – will its offspring?

Lightning Lab II grows up – will its offspring make it to adolescence?

By By Peter Kerr for sticK

(sticK - 3 May 2014 ) Anyone that's been around young children will appreciate there's a heck of a difference between a one year old and a two year old.

A similar comparison is valid with Lightning Lab II, which last week had nine of its 10 starters from three months ago pitch to about 250 would-be investors, and a number of others who mostly filled Te Papa's main theatre last Wednesday.

As LL itself says, it is modeling the way it works off TechStars and other USA originated accelerator initiatives.

But there's a New Zealandness to how it is done.
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