Initiative created by the founders of Next Step City in southern Denmark. Next Step City is a business park for providers of smart energy and digital products and services. The initiative will work in an incubator type model with startup companies from all over the world working with next-generation energy and digital products and services.
HealthTech Commercializer is initiated by SDU, OUH, The municipality of Odense and financed through Welfare Tech Invest and operated by Accelerace. The goal is, through our common strategic insights and key resources to help startups navigate the complex healthcare industry and grow a sustainable business.
Open Axel brings together three of the accelerators with greater impact at Global Level in a common objective of opening the accelerators ecosystem by fostering smart cooperation between key stakeholders. It will generate scale effects at European Level to deliver world class services to highly innovative SMEs, startups & entrepreneurs.
The project is funded by the European Commision and aims to map existing coaching and mentoring schemes for innovative Small and Medium size Enterprises (SMEs) across Europe and to define a core set of services which might make up the future SME coaching programme in Horizon 2020.
Initiative created to attract talented entrepreneurs with world class business ideas to Denmark with the intent of using Denmark as their launch pad into the European market while accelerating their business using the Accelerace process.
A knowledge lab conducting real-time, real-life analysis of companies enrolled in Accelerace. Drawing on practical experience from participating Accelerace companies and working with some of the world’s leading entrepreneurship researches EL2 systematically synthesizes insight, knowledge and best practice within entrepreneurial learning.
Mainly focused on Health Care Technology based in Southern Denmark. The initiative also includes an investment fund with €14 million under management. The fund invests in companies going through the Accelerace program.
An investment fund with € 14 million under management mainly working and investing with companies in the central region of Jutland. The fund invests in a selected group of participating Accelerace companies once they have completed the Accelerace program.
Initiative focused on creating growth companies within creative industries in Denmark by spinning out ideas, technologies or projects from existing companies and helping them determine the business potential, outlining the strategy as well as securing initial seed funding.
An investment fund with around € 10 million under management mainly working and investing with companies in the capitol region of Denmark. The fund invests in a selected group of participating Accelerace companies once they have completed the Accelerace program.
The original Accelerace program which launched it all in 2008. Situated at the Symbion Science Park in Copenhagen.
Accelerace Life aims to develop an effective and cost-efficient cross-border high growth accelerator in the Nordic countries that propels promising life science SMEs into international markets to gain faster market access through a strong collaboration between the best Scandinavian incubators & accelerators.