BetaDen is now accepting applications for its nine-month accelerator programme from technology entrepreneurs to small technology businesses.
BetaDen’s third cohort, starting in May 2020, aims to attract a range of technology creators, from tech entrepreneurs to small technology businesses that need dedicated offsite space and time to create next-generation solutions for their evolving supply chains. The small businesses should be MVP-ready (minimal viable product) or in a position to develop to this stage. BetaDen is also open to companies with ideas that need ‘Proof of Concept’ funding and mentoring to rapidly form the MVP.
Cohort 3.0 will be offered an exclusive and unique package of business support, worth over £50,000 that will be awarded to between eight to ten entrepreneurs or companies. The nine-month accelerator programme will include access to office space at BetaDen’s hub at Malvern Hills Science Park, investment coaching, marketing funding, business mentors and commercial meetings to offer companies a successful route to market.
BetaDen is dedicated to support next-generation technologies. The type of technology can be innovated within a broad spectrum of emerging applications, including: security technology, IoT, AI, telecom and assistive technology.
Linda Smith, Founder and CEO of BetaDen said: “Cohort 3.0 will be the third cycle of our successful programme, and we can’t wait to see the applications come in from a vast array of technology developers. For Cohort 3.0 we are looking to accelerate companies that are established, have been running for at least three-to-six months and seek routes to market or investment readiness. Previous cohort members have had significant achievements to date with the support of BetaDen, inclusive of, global patent registration, successful MVP launches and industry partnering.”
“For the eight to ten candidates that make it through to the programme, we can guarantee that your company will be fast tracked to market with comprehensive, industry backed support and guidance from field experts, at no cost to the successful applicants.”