Free software, infrastructure, and even visibility to help startups succeed: this is how technology giants fuel innovative startups. And this is exactly what Microsoft does in collaboration with leading programs like The Accelerator by Metavallon.
Εvents, media attention, interviews, and podcasts have shed some light on the many activities and progress of Metavallon and our startups these past few months.
Essentially, an accelerator optimally complements and energizes the world of early stage investment. It sets the most solid foundations for startup growth and systematically springs the most promising companies to the global market.
They are among the most passionate supporters of our mission. They are the ones offering numerous perks for startups participating in The Accelerator. It is a great pleasure for us to dedicate a blogpost to them, our Innovation Allies.
Co-organizing an investment forum in London and at the same time joining the Panorama of Entrepreneurship in Greece was an ideal way for Metavallon to kick off impactful activities this Spring. That was right after our Impact Day celebration for our 3 years of operation.
What do AngelList, Linkedin, Pinterest, and Instagram all have in common? Well, however diverse, they host and nurture a brave new online world for startups. It is where active communities of entrepreneurs, investors, and organizations empowering the startup ecosystem, get together to explore, discuss, and share experiences. How so?
From the dawn of 2014 to the dusk of 2015, it has been event-full time at Metavallon! True to our mission, we strive for a venturing society and a stronger ecosystem, ceaselessly supporting impactful events to empower ambitious startups from around the country. And the calendar was buzzing these past three months. First, we went Safary.
With solid business models, agile teams, new partnerships, and powerful vision and mission, The Accelerator 2014 startups are now ready to conquer the world. Well at least they are ready and off to disrupt their industries.
Even if a business is not looking for investment, the perspectives of professional investors reveal valuable insights on the competitive environment and on what makes a great business. And even when we go local, such investors can be a remarkable source of information on startup ecosystems such as the one of growing momentum in Greece.