Applications open for Pulse Incubator in Geneva

13.09.2017 08:20

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Impact Hub Geneva

Impact Hub Geneva just launched Pulse, the new edition of its incubation program to support entrepreneurs working towards solving a social or environmental problem. The four most promising teams will be selected at the Pulse Pitch Fest in October. Each projects will benefit from a 4-month incubation support beginning on November 1st.

After a first edition in 2015, Impact Hub Geneva launches a new incubator program named Pulse offering support for swiss-based, early-stage startups focused on developing innovative solutions for the world’s most pressing social or environmental challenges. The 4 most promising teams will benefit from a 4-month incubation support consisting of mentor guidance, expert sessions, tailor-made workshops, full-time membership to Impact Hub Geneva inspiring co-working space, peer brainstorming and networking events.

Entrepreneurs interested by Pulse Incubation program can register by filling Pulse Interested Form. They will receive by mail all the details related to the applications. To further help entrepreneurs succeed the application process, Impact Hub Geneva will host an Information Session on September 19th. Applicants will get guidance on how to present their application in the best possible way before applications close on September 22nd.

Eight finalist startups will invited to pitch at the ‘Pulse Pitch Fest’ on October 10th. Startups will be selected on criteria such as potential for impact, degree of innovation, long-term feasibility, quality of the team. At the end of the ‘Pulse Pitch Fest’ the 4 winners of the program will be announced on the spot. The jury will select 3 winning teams and the people assisting the event will have the opportunity to select the 4th winner based on the criteria stated above. The incubation program will begin on November 1st


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