In water, Propeller’s Impact Accelerator sponsored by Advancing Cities, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana, Capital One Bank, Entergy Corporation, the Greater New Orleans Foundation, Hancock Whitney Bank, The RosaMary Foundation, Thrive New Orleans, US Department of Agriculture, US Small Business Administration, the Weishaupt Foundation, and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, focuses on supporting entrepreneurs working in urban water management, coastal restoration, and adaptation or resilience, as well as those working to diversify the local water economy. Propeller will give priority to ventures strengthening the local water economy to increase how the industry represents and includes BIPOC individuals.
Applications for the 2022 Impact Accelerator are closed. Please complete our interest form if you would like us to contact you with more information about the 2023 Impact Accelerator.
For additional information, view our Program Overview.
Program Dates: July 23 - November 15
Priority Application Deadline: May 15, 2022
Final Application Deadline: June 12
Applicant Info Session Q&A: April 14
Applicant Info Session Q&A: May 12
- Propeller Entrepreneur Profile
- For-profit or nonprofit with earned revenue
- Working in urban water management, coastal restoration, adaptation or resilience
- Priority: increasing representation and inclusion of BIPOC communities in water-based industries
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"I participated in three Accelerator programs and a pitch competition and I have benefited immensely from each one of them. All of Propeller's programing is relevant and useful and the staff is very knowledgeable and quite capable. I cannot overstate the value of being a Propeller Alum and all the connections and opportunities that stem from it."Learn More