Startupbootcamp Amsterdam integrates 11 new startups into its sustainability program: meet them here
Amsterdam-based Startupbootcamp, a startup accelerator that provides investment and mentoring services, announced Thursday that it has onboarded 11 new startups to participate in the second round of its sustainability program.
Through the sustainability program, Startupbootcamp and its co-investors provide funding and help startups that build prosperity, production, and power solutions.
What does the sustainability program offer?
Startupbootcamp says, “Connecting visionary founders with conscious global companies, their leaders, as well as experienced mentors and impact investors – our goal is to take ‘impact’ to the next level. Our goal is to help your business develop and produce more sustainable products.
This program provides advice on all aspects of effective business growth, from product development to financing. Companies also have direct access to mentors who have decades of experience in their respective industries, as well as a network of partners and potential investors relevant to their particular case.
The end of the program, Demo Day, is an event where selected entrepreneurs present and pitch their startups to a group of mentors, partners and investors. Alumni who successfully complete the accelerator program join a global alumni network where they can continue to get support while further developing their startups and interacting with experts, investors, and partners.
The program will take place on December 1, 2022. Those interested in participating in the event can register via this link.
Brief about the Startupbootcamp
Founded in 2010 by Alex Farcet, Carsten Kolbeck, Patrick de Zeeuw and Ruud Hendriks, Startupbootcamp is a global network of industry-focused startup accelerators that offer investment and mentoring services. They support early-stage tech founders to help them grow their businesses by giving them access to an international network of mentors, partners and investors relevant to their industry.
The accelerator is currently operating in cities such as Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Copenhagen, Miami, New York, Cape Town, Dubai, Istanbul, London, Chengdu, Rome and Mumbai.
Hosting events in over 100 cities each year, Startupbootcamp facilitates a mentorship-driven model by providing startups with essential tools during a 3-month acceleration program. The global accelerator provides €15,000 for team living expenses during the program, 6 months of coworking space, over €450,000 in sponsored services and a platform to present to over 400 investors during the event. ‘Investor Demo Day.
Since 2010, he has accelerated over 1000 startups through 100 programs with a portfolio valuation of over €2.5 billion.
Overview of the 11 selected startups
The startups were chosen during a three-day online final selection event. 20 companies were chosen from thousands of applicants to pitch their business plans to investors, business leaders and Startupbootcamp partners at this event. On the third and final day, 11 startups were selected to participate in the program and investment portfolio.
Here are the selected startups:
Rosa.io: Paris-based Rosa.io is custom software that provides artificial intelligence and Earth observation tools to industry players who want to improve sustainability throughout their supply chain in raw materials.
Euto Energy: The Istanbul-based company engages in research and development activities in the fields of energy automation and smart grids, and develops products specifically for the market under its own brand. It also participates in national and international joint projects with various companies operating in the same sector.
Aavalor: The startup is behind a water filtration technology intended to remove CO2 emissions from the atmosphere. Its technology has created a revolutionary graphene water purifier prototype that purifies water by 99.99%.
Circle Home: This Barcelona-based startup is a new home exchange portal that connects travelers to exchange homes while on vacation.
HydroGrow: Based in London, HydroGrow offers high-tech gardens where users can grow their own food. It is 100% self-contained and users can grow anything, anytime, anywhere.
R3charge: The Berlin-based startup claims to be the first hotel booking site that helps EV travelers find the “perfect” accommodation. It provides detailed information on more than 10,000 hotels offering charging facilities for guests or with access to public charging stations.
GreenPanels: The startup aims to provide a simple solution to overcome a major bottleneck in the green roof industry: compatibility between roof geometries and existing green roof systems.
AirSmat: This Lagos, Nigeria-based startup addresses the need to increase the efficiency and sustainability of agricultural activity by providing access to real-time information that can help guide on-the-job decision-making. season. The company’s mission is to guarantee food availability for all.
Pure Planet Pet: The startup claims to disrupt the pet food industry to restore the planet’s biodiversity.
CurubaTech: The company is focused on bridging the technology gap present in Colombian farmland. Its platform enables farmers to have better yields by digitizing the way farmers work with experts.
Greenbros: The startup uses basic ESG reporting metrics to raise awareness and make better investment decisions.
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