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Startupbootcamp launches Internet of Things accelerator in London

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Startupbootcamp has launched an Internet of Things (IoT) accelerator in London.

Launching today, the Startupbootcamp IoT – Connected Devices program, will provide successful startups with €15,000, guidance and access to mentors, partners and investors in the IoT and hardware space.

Raph Crouan, founder of the new accelerator program, said: “Over the past 18 months we have worked closely with a number of small and large companies in this space across the globe (from Europe to Asia), and in that time it has become apparent that a dedicated IoT accelerator is needed to help foster the incredible talent we have in Europe, and throughout the world.

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“We want to help these entrepreneurs solve their unique IoT challenges, whilst giving them the perfect platform from which to take their business to the next level,” continued Crouan.

The program, which is due to begin in September, will also award €15,000 to each of the successful startups and will allow them to work for at Cocoon Networks’ lab in London.

At the end of the three month program, startups will get the chance to pitch to investors during a Demo Day in December.

Startups can apply now, applications close on 13th June.

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