Accelerator Climate-KIC already looking for new cleantech startups

Accelerator Climate-KIC already looking for new cleantech startups

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While accelerator Climate-KIC only recently announced which nine startups secured spots in their program, the cleantech initiative is already looking for new entries for the next round. Eco-friendly and energy saving startups can apply until November 15th for a spot in Climate-KIC’s December bootcamp.

Global Domination

Applications are not only for Dutch startups, as Climate-KIC welcomes entries from the whole Benelux area. The selection process will be tough; of the fourteen startups that got to pitch their ideas in the previous bootcamp, only nine made it into the accelerator program. For the lucky ones that get in, Climate-KIC offers an eighteen month program with funding, education, access to a great network, intensive coaching and even global domination. Nice work if you can get it.

Free intake

Startups that are still on the fence whether to apply or not can take advantage of the opportunity to get a free intake with one of the above-pictured Climate-KIC Accelerator coaches on November 8th. From left to right they are Entrepreneurship coach Hans Westerhof, Acceleration coach Joachim Blazer and Entrepreneurship coach Chrétien Herben. For more info about a free intake contact [email protected] You can also request an application kit here.

All over Europe

The Climate-KIC is an initiative of the European Institute of Innovation & Technology. The accelerator has its headquarters in London, but the program is looking for innovative cleantech startups all over Europe. Climate-KIC has offices in Germany, France, Switzerland, Denmark, Spain and the Netherlands of course.

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