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Fast-track your business with the RawMaterials Accelerator!

Are you the next top innovation team offering radically sustainable products or services in the raw materials sector? Accelerate your solution to the market, apply for the RawMaterials Accelerator!
EIT Start-up Accelerator

Apply for Phase 1: Invent by 26 June 2019!

Objectives for Phase 1:

  • Identify beachhead market, market size, customer pain
  • Identify key value drivers, good margin/product and margin/year, estimate financial needs
  • Compose a founding team, identify roles and coming needs for the team.

Phase 1 has a 3-months duration. It starts with a workshop, followed by bi-weekly calls with experts. It ends with a Graduation Day, where the Start-ups pitch their idea. Graduation Day is also the stage gate to Phase 2 in the RawMaterials Accelerator.

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