Startupbootcamp Amsterdam is scouting startups around the globe for their next Smart City & Living program. On Januari 6 they will host a session in Eindhoven to meet startups from this region. Would you like to join the event? Then continue reading.
After their first edition in 2015, Startupbootcamp will kick off a second Smart City & Living Accelerator Program in Amsterdam in April 2016. “With more than half of the world’s population living in urban areas and still growing, we need to use technology to improve and simplify cities”, the organizers of the program explain. They feel The Netherlands is an excellent location for testing these new technologies. “With an average of 495 people per km², it is the most densely populated country in Europe.”
To meet the most promising startups in the fields of internet of things, open data, smart health, waste wanagement and more, Startupbootcamp organises a FastTrack tour in several countries. During these FastTrack events Startupbootcamp will add value to startups through one-on-one sessions with high profile industry experts. Startups will also get to meet the Startupbootcamp Amsterdam team, learn about the ins and outs of the competitive accelerator program, and be connected with other startups from Eindhoven.
Interested in joining the FastTrack in Eindhoven? Check out the website for more information. Location to be announced.
Startupbootcamp is a global startup accelerator with 13 programs in Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Copenhagen, Eindhoven, Istanbul, London, New York, Miami and Singapore and a mentor and alumni network in more than 30 countries. They take startups global by giving them direct access to an international network of relevant partners, investors and mentors in their sector. According to the program 85% of the Startupbootcamp alumni teams are still active and 73% have gone on to raise additional funding from many of the world’s leading VCs and angels.
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