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Join the ScaleUp Food accelerator programme

Oprettet den 20-03-2017 07:00:00


Are you a food startup looking to develop and scale your business? And would you like to be part of a world-class training concept and get access to a large network of investors, potential customers and food industry experts?

The award-winng accelerator Accelerace has joined forces with Arla, Agro Business Park, Business Lolland-Falster and other leading players in the food community to help you get your startup off the ground.

What do you get?

  • 180 hours of personal business training from experienced Accelerace consultants
  • Test your product / service in collaboration with Arla and thefood ecosystem partners and get access to their know-how and expertise
  • Mentoring from the world-leading food business community in Denmark and international experts in the food industry
  • Learning labs and workshops where you will get intensive training designed to maximize your business potential
  • Potential follow-up investment from Accelerace or the partners
  • A Founders Pack with resources and tools worth EUR 50,000+

Who can apply?

High-potential startsups and small enterprises in wide technology, digital and disruptive food supply chain applications and agriculture.

How to apply?

Go to www.accelerace.dk/apply/ and fill out the form no later than 16 April 2017.

Want more details?

Check out Accelerace's website www.accelerace.dk/accelerators/foodtech

Click here to download a onepager about Accelerace Foodtech

Questions? Contact Project Manager Claus Strand Kristensen, Accelerace, +45 2545 8430, csk@accelerace.dk.

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