Silicon Valley Virtual Startup Accelerator in Amsterdam

Female pre-seed founders from around the world are invited to join the Amsterdam – Silicon Valley Virtual program on a 14-week training course tailored specifically to help young people launch their projects. The deadline is on 21 February 2021.

Apply for  Virtual Startup Accelerator in Amsterdam

What is Virtual Startup Accelerator in Amsterdam? The Founder Institute (FI) is the world’s premier pre-seed startup accelerator. The FI is launching the Amsterdam – Silicon Valley Virtual program in collaboration with WomenTech Network.

This collaboration is part of Founder Institute’s goal of improving the gender gap in technology.

Together they aim to build additional promising female-led startups in 2021, and help further establish Amsterdam as a centre for female leadership, entrepreneurship and innovation.

Participants will benefit from access to a local and global support network of mentors, investors, and advisors, introductions to business angels and VCs, and over €1.5MM in partner deals and resources.

Several fellowships are awarded to the top applicants which allows them to participate in the program for free.

The entire program is run virtually from 3 March 2021 to 27 May 2021. The weekly mandatory sessions are scheduled to take place starting 11:30AM EDT and will last for three hours.

The deadline is on 21 February 2021.

Main Criteria

Any pre-seed female entrepreneur interested in building an innovative startup is encouraged to apply, including aspiring founders with a full-time job, solo founders, teams, and founders of established companies.

Find out more here.

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