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IMAGINE IF! Business Idea Accelerator Programme Launch Event

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The IMAGINE IF! accelerator programme is organised by the Innovation Forum (www.inno-forum.org) to identify and accelerate disruptive ideas in the field of Deep Technology. We define deep technology as technology that can be applied to healthcare, environmental conservation and sustainability, aiming to improve human or animal wellbeing. Examples include: new medicines, medical devices, new materials or engineering solutions helping to improve life or preserve the natural environment in a balanced state.

To develop your business and maximise its global benefit to society, we can provide:
  • Expert Mentorship
  • Prizes worth £30,000+
  • Laboratory space
  • Advice from leading professional services companies
  • Extensive networking across the Innovation Forum platform.

Participation in the IMAGINE IF ! Accelerator is free, and we do not take any equity stake in your company. Furthermore, we will introduce selected teams to venture capital firms, multinational companies and other key stakeholders to enable the rapid acceleration of your business. Join us for our launch event in Cambridge. Find out how the programme works, when the key dates are, network with other entrepreneurs, build teams and talk to our mentors over drinks and nibbles.

Jereon Verheyen, last year’s finalist will give you a workshop on ‘how to write a business plan’, so that you can get started right away!

Register here to secure your place: http://imagine-if-cambridge-launch.eventbrite.com

If you want to hear more about the programme or if you want to apply go to: www.inno-forum.org/accelerator/ Application deadline is the 24th of June.

This talk is part of the Innovation Forum series.

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