ACE Incubation Program – Applications are Open

Are you a student, researcher or recent graduate with an inspiring startup idea? ACE Incubator has opened the applications for their ACE Incubation Program April 2020.

The Incubation Program is a 10-week program, specially designed for early-stage startups in science or technology. ACE will help you develop your tech or science idea into a successful company. They cover all stages of starting a business and help you boost your entrepreneurial skills.

ACE Incubation Program:

  • 10 Weeks of Incubation Program
  • Knowledge of how to run a successful company
  • Access to mentor, corporate & service provider networks
  • Individual mentoring sessions with seasoned entrepreneurs and business experts
  • A vibrant community of passionate founders from more than 130 companies

Apply now & submit your applications.

Deadline for applications is Monday 23rd March 2020.

For more info, visit their website or contact ACE Incubator’s Program Manager, Liza Kolesnichenko via email:

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