The availability of remote mentorship varies from one incubation program to another, and it often depends on the preferences of the mentor and the entrepreneur. In some cases, mentors may be required to be available in-person, particularly for certain training sessions or events. However, many incubation programs also offer remote mentorship options to accommodate mentors who are not located in the same area as the entrepreneurs they are working with.
Remote mentorship can take many different forms, such as video conferencing, email, phone calls, or instant messaging. It allows mentors to provide guidance and support to entrepreneurs from a distance, and can be particularly helpful for mentors who have busy schedules or who are located far away from the incubation center.