The article talks about the come back of the Startupbootcamp program in Copenhagen under Lars Buch’s
lead and the plans for the upcoming 3 years. Focused on mobility and mobile technology, the program
aims to shape the future of the startup landscape in the mobile technology industry.
The article also mentiones 3 of the previous SBC Copenhagen Alumni teams, Autouncle.com, Roozz and The Eye Tribe, which, with the support of our mentors, kicked off their business idea and established successful and growing companies.
You can read it in Danish on http://www.business.dk/vaekst/nyt-liv-i-bootcamp-for-ivaerksaettere.
If not, google translate is actually getting pretty good:), so you should give it a try!
This is the first press coverage since our move two weeks ago to the new office at “The Orbit”, which is part of a long term deal with our partner, Symbion.
Over the next three years Startupbootcamp and Accelerace will attract up to 30 of the most promising early start-up companies in mobility from around the world to Copenhagen. The companies will initially get through Startupbootcamp’s proven three-month accelerator. Here the business idea will get sharpened and the startup will be organized. Symbion Accelerace then takes over and bring the young companies through the next phase – To become a real business and, for the most promising companies, to get the opportunity to raise real money.
The new partnership will focus on creating businesses on the traditional strengths of Denmark, including IT and communication technology, gaming, mobile technology, acoustics and sound.
The application period for the September program opens on April 1st, so keep an eye open and remember to apply!