Kiuas Start - 5 Reasons to Apply
The application deadline for Kiuas Start is in less than a week. If you’re still thinking about whether to apply or not, this one's for you.
1. It’s intensive
Kiuas Start is an intensive 3-week program. Even though it might sound like a short time, we cover all the most important topics that you must know when building your product and founding your company. Sounds like a perfect package, right?
2. Top-level coaching
Our coaches include some of the most well-known serial entrepreneurs and investors in the Nordics, and during the program, you’ll get to meet plenty of them. Besides workshops and founder talks, all of the accepted teams will have 1-on-1s with our coaches on a weekly basis.
3. Access to Kiuas Toolbox
By taking part in Kiuas Start, your team will have access to Kiuas Toolbox – an exclusive collection of free and discounted services that we provide to our startups. The toolbox includes up to $350k worth of services from our world-class partners such as AWS, HubSpot, Google Cloud, SendGrid, and Vainu.
Any legal questions your startup is concerned about? We got you covered on that as well.
4. Wide network and connections
Our broad network consists of entrepreneurs, investors, clients, students, and all the relevant players in the Finnish startup ecosystem. We’ll help you to connect with the right people in our network and support with any practicalities you might have - whether it's registering your company, finding talent, or raising Tempo funding.
5. The community of other founders
You’re not alone. Our alumni always tend to highlight the community that develops among the other participants and the value of meeting so many like-minded, but still so different, people.
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6. Attending is free, of course.
The deadline is on February 20. Read more: kiuas.com/start
Originally published on
February 21, 2019
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