Do you know a high-growth start-up that can solve a real-world problem?
Is it built on AI, VR or AR technology?
If so, nominate them so that we can help accelerate the start-ups growth globally?
- Are you a high-growth start-up looking to solve real world problems? We can help accelerate your growth globally.
- Does your high-growth start-up solve a critical business problem? Apply for the EY Accelerating Entrepreneurs program by 18 December 2017and get ready to accelerate your company’s growth globally.
- How will your high-growth start-up change the world?
- Calling all transformational, innovation, high-growth start-ups who are changing the world
The EY Accelerating Entrepreneurs programis aimed at startups who are using innovative technology-based solutions (including Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, Analytics, Robotics, and Internet of Things) to solve real-world problems.
Collaboration. Is it the new innovation?
The AE program has been designed to help you scale and accelerate your growth globally. Peer networking, introductions to global players, insights from successful entrepreneurs, private coaching and mentoring and an EY leader appointed to you and your business development are just a few of the benefits you will experience as part of the program.
The pinnacle of the program will be your attendance at a three day global event hosted in Amsterdam from 22 to 24 April 2018. this includes participation at EYs leading global digital forum, Innovation Realized 2018.
At the event you will have the opportunity to meet with fellow startups who are also at the forefront of technological innovation in an international setting designed to provoke, inspire and create. This meeting of the minds brings you and your global peers together with chief innovation leaders of large global corporations who are also exploring ways to grow and collaborate on real-life challenges and areas for joint innovation.
Are you interested?
Apply for the program by visiting: www.ey.com/aep
Applications close on 18 December 2017