Berkeley SkyDeck’s startup application is live now through September 21, 2018. Do you want to develop your tech innovation to the next level? How does it sounds: working and living in Berkeley / San Francisco surrounded by 150 university mentors, labs and lot’s of Silicon energy? And … an investment of $ 100,000 dollar?
SkyDeck Berkeley offers a 6-month acceleration process for promising startups in any vertical who are affiliated with UC Berkeley, any UC campus, Lawrence Berkeley Lab, or global founders.
Europe’s biggest innovation ecosystem weXelerate invites outstanding startup teams to join.
The 1st accelerator batch will take off September 18th 2017.
The innovation centre in Central and Eastern Europe is founded in Vienna and called: ‘weXelerate’. They are inviting outstanding startup teams to apply for the breakthrough acceleration program in close collaboration between world-leading corporates, venture partners, startups, incubators and investors.
SolarCar Stella completed and won a six-day, 3,000-kilometer race from Darwin to Adelaide across the Australian outback, with an average speed of 67 km/h and with three people on board. The car also achieved a top speed of 120 km/h with a full load of four people, demonstrating the horsepower of this solar-powered vehicle.
Atlas Technologies – the startup of former students of the Technical University Eindhoven – explores whether the family car powered by solar energy, could be a commercial success.
During their study, the former students designed the solar family cars Stella and Stella Lux.
These solar-powered cars won in 2013 and 2015, the World Solar Challenge, a race for solar cars. Read More
Seed investors know that the chance of success is limited and that the survival rate of startups is limited.
Seed investors dare to invest because of their American approach. They take care of good and fast information. Between the American approach and the European is a philosophical divide.
When someone with an American approach invests in an early-stage startup, he accepts that the risk of failure is high.
He accepts that of his portfolio, the majority will fail. But by taking much risk he is convinced that a small percentage of its investments makes this amply. These are the new Instagrams, Ubers and Twitters. Read More