This article was originally posted on the Tech North website.
Here at Tech North we like to keep you abreast of the latest opportunities for startups across the North. Today we’ve got a two accelerators from outside the region, plus an chance to potentially partner up with a brand that could push your business forward.
MassChallenge – Manchester launch
9th June 2016, Rise, Manchester
MassChallenge is an unusual accelerator – it doesn’t take equity. It’s a not-for-profit organisation designed to help early stage entrepreneurs grow their business. It has programmes in Boston (Massachusetts), London and Jerusalem and says that its 835 alumni to date have raised over $1.1 billion and generated over $520 million in revenue.
Tomorrow they’re at Rise in Manchester from 5.30pm to explain more as part of their search for companies to take part in their next London programme. Sign up to attend here.
Startupbootcamp – E-commerce FastTrack Day
5th July 2016, Rise, Manchester
One of the longest-running European accelerator brands, Startupbootcamp is coming to Manchester next month as part of the build-up to its Amsterdam-based e-commerce accelerator programme.
10 UK e-commerce startups will get the chance to take part in an informal day of mentoring to help you develop their businesses. If you attend, you’ll also be on Startupbootcamp’s radar to be considered for their full programme. Apply now.
MEC Wavemaker Startup Hub
Deadline is today, Manchester
Media agency MEC is looking for six companies to take part in a pitching competition at the upcoming SAScon event in Manchester on 17th June.
Three winners will then get the opportunity to spend three months in MEC Manchester’s office from the 4th July. MEC will work with these companies and aim to secure commercial partnerships with its clients that could be a big step forward for your startup.
Interested? Hurry – the deadline for applications is today. Apply now.
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