City of Greeley, CO

21/05/2024 | Press release | Archived content

City of Greeley Launches gBETA Greeley Startup Accelerator in Collaboration with gener8tor

City of Greeley Launches gBETA Greeley Startup Accelerator in Collaboration with gener8tor

GREELEY, Colo. - The City of Greeley is excited to announce the launch of the gBETA Greeley accelerator, a new initiative aimed at nurturing early-stage startups. This program is established in partnership with the renowned global venture firm and startup accelerator, gener8tor.

gBETA Greeley is designed for startups that are based in Greeley or those considering relocation to our vibrant city. This initiative offers a unique opportunity for entrepreneurs to accelerate their business ideas with substantial support and resources.

"This is a rare opportunity for local entrepreneurs to present their top ideas," stated John Hall, the director of economic development for the city. "This program will offer the necessary support to foster economic prosperity right here in Greeley."

The accelerator is part of gener8tor's gBETA program, which is known for its intensive seven-week, zero-equity accelerator that includes personalized coaching and access to a broad network of mentors, customers, and investors throughout the United States.

The development of gBETA Greeley was facilitated by the City of Greeley and Tribe Development Company, recognizing the need for a more supportive program for local entrepreneurs. The collaboration between gener8tor and the City of Greeley aims to foster economic diversity and promote job growth in the Northern Colorado region.

Recruitment and Program Start Details for gBETA Greeley

The gBETA Greeley accelerator is actively seeking a Program Manager who will be instrumental in recruiting startups and guiding founders through the program. This leadership role is crucial for the successful operation and mentorship within the accelerator. Interested candidates are encouraged to learn more and apply for the position at

Applications for the inaugural session of gBETA Greeley are now open, with the program set to commence on October 17, 2024. Startups and founders who are interested in taking advantage of this unique opportunity can find more details and submit their applications at

This initiative not only supports the growth of innovative startups but also aligns with the City of Greeley's commitment to fostering economic diversity and job creation in the region.


Release Date:
May 21, 2024