Kiuas Accelerator – 3+1 reasons to apply
We know. You’re super busy with building your startup – there’s no time to be wasted. We listed 3 reasons why Kiuas Accelerator is your go-to program.
We know that founders are busy people: the focus should be on work and getting shit done, instead of spending time listening to empty talks, endless pitching lessons or boring lectures. We want to value our startups’ time and use it in an effective way.
Let’s keep this short: why should you take the time to join Kiuas Accelerator?
Each startup will define their goals for the program – and we’ll customize the 9 weeks for you according to those goals. In addition to the main sessions organized for the whole batch, we have a variety of personalized coaching on specific topics to choose from.
Help with reaching out to relevant people from your industry? Check. Personal introductions to investors? Sure. Working together with you to make your startup succeed? Absolutely.
We bring in experienced people to ask you the right (and sometimes hard) questions, and to support you with pretty much anything your startup might face. Our broad coach pool consists of the most successful founders, investors, and industry experts in Finland.
Yes, you read right: it’s all free and zero-equity – and there’s no catch. Furthermore, by taking part in Kiuas Accelerator your team will have access to Kiuas Toolbox – an exclusive collection of free and discounted services worth up to 300k$.
In terms of founding a company, we believe that the best advice often comes from people who have actually been there and done that themselves. Along with peer support from other founders within the batch, the Kiuas community consists of hundreds of founders who are willing to help you – you’re not alone.
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