Do you have a business idea related to biotechnology and circular economy?
In the BBC Accelerator Program you will get a chance to take your idea to the next level!
2.9. Session 1: Startup Development principle – Built – Measure – Learn
9.9. Session 2: Business Model Creation
16.9. Session 3: Who are the customers and what is their problem?
23.9. Session 4: Minimum viable product
30.9. Session 5: Startup Financial Model
7.10. Session 6: Go-to-Market Strategy
14.10. Session 7: Team, partners, investors
28.10. Session 8: Demo Day
CROSS-BORDER PITCH EVENT 30.10.2020
In the Cross-Border pitch event, the startups from the accelerator programs in South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences and ITMO University will present their business ideas for a jury of experts from Finland and Russia.
(More information about the event coming soon.)
What is the program about?
BBC Acceleration Program is a digital coaching offering tools, mentors and networks to develop your innovation into a successful business.
Who can participate?
Students, academics, startup entrepreneurs – everyone with new innovative ideas in biotechnology and circular economy. You can be working on a solution, have an existing idea or looking for a team.
What will I get?
Mentoring and networking opportunities with Finnish and Russian professionals. The participants will get support in building up their pitch deck for the final pitch event.
Apply now (THE APPLICATION PERIOD HAS ENDED)
– if you are interested in biotechnology and circular economy
– if you have a project or idea connected with it biotechnology and circular economy
– if you do not have a team, but would like to find one
Sign up by completing one of the forms below:
I have idea/project: Apply here
I am looking for a team: Apply here
South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences
The acceleration program is powered by the Business in Biotechnology and Circular Economy (BBC1) project, which aims to improve the cross-border cooperation in the field of biotechnology and circular economy. The project is financed by the European Union, the Russian Federation and the Republic of Finland.