Applications deadline for Startupbootcamp IoT | Connected Devices accelerator

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  • Start date

    June 13, 2016

  • End date

    June 14, 2016

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Startupbootcamp IoT, part of the international Startup Bootcamp program is coming to the ArabNet Digital Summit in Dubai on May 30-31 to meet interesting IoT startups attending the event. They are currently accepting applications for IoT startups venturing in the field of consumer Internet of Things (IoT) (wearables, assisted living, connected homes) and industrial IoT (smart environment, smart factories and smart retail). Deadline for applications to the program is June 13. You can start applying here.

Get to know firsthand details of the accelerator from its managing director Raph Crouan during a one-on-one session with him. 

What the accelerator is offering:

10 startups will be selected for funding, mentorship, office space in London and access to a global network of corporate partners and mentors during a three-month program.  In return for a 6 percent equity, startups will be offered the following:

  • Extensive mentorship from 100+ entrepreneurs, investors, and partners
  • Access to top markets in Europe, US, and Asia (especially China and Korea)
  • 3 months free coworking space complemented by a full fast prototyping lab
  • €15,000 in cash per team
  • €600,000 in partner services and discounts
  • Exposure to 100+ Angels & VCs
  • Invitation to SBC global alumni network and growth program
  • A brand new 70,000 square foot Cocoon Networks lab in London.

The program has assembled a team of the most prominent connected hardware developers and thinkers within the IoT space, allowing startups to collaborate with 100+ mentors, partners, and investors to build world class hardware and IoT products. It is working with partners Premier FarnellMJ HudsonRPD, Wildfire PR and HWTrek, as well as Startupbootcamp investors Cisco Investments and DLL, to provide exposure and access to a network of industry professionals that most early-stage IoT and Connected Device startups would not be able to access otherwise. These connections also mean that startups can benefit from manufactoring support, particularly thanks to the program’s links to Asia and China.

Register to attend the session with Crouan here.

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