We are now accepting applications for the ACE Incubation Program in Spring 2020 (start: April 6th)
ACE Incubator is now accepting applications for the ACE Incubation Program in Spring 2020
Do you dream of starting your own company but don’t know where to begin? Join the ACE Incubation Program. ACE Incubator helps founders build their startup with 10 weeks of training and support by leading mentors and business coaches. Sign up for our upcoming program which starts on April 6, 2020.
Once you are accepted into the program, you will benefit from our extensive network of startup coaches, mentors, corporates and investors.
The Incubation program is exclusively designed for MSc students, researchers & industry experts. ACE Incubator provides the resources to build and grow your startup. Based within Amsterdam Science Park’s startup community at the Startup Village – ACE Incubator’s workshops take place within the heart of innovation.
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ACE’s startup portfolio consists of over 130 tech and science-based startups. Our startups come from wide-ranging fields and industries: AI, Big Data, Chemistry, FinTech, BioTech, Life Sciences, Cyber Security, Advanced Instrumentation and more.
Here’s a brief overview of some of the ACE Alumni:
- DYME is a banking app which lets you track and manage your contracts from a central overview. In November 2019, the Dutch Central Bank granted the PSD2 banking license to DYME. The PSD2 directive enables European consumers to grant third-party services access to their banking data.
- SusPhos is a pioneering company focused on upcycling phosphate rich waste streams to generate high-quality alternatives that can replace current fossil-sourced flame retardants and fertilizers. 2019 has been a great year for SusPhos: Marissa de Boer (Co-Founder & CEO) won the Amsterdam Science & Innovation award and SusPhos has also won the Gouden KIEM 2019.
- LUMICKS is the leading supplier of Dynamic Single-Molecule and Cell Avidity analysis instruments. Their instruments are built upon innovative and Nobel Prize-winning technologies, such as optical tweezers (Nobel Prize for Physics 2018), and STED super-resolution (Nobel Prize for Chemistry 2014), our tools enable the understanding of life to the smallest detail. LUMICKS also won the Impact Award from the Amsterdam Science & Innovation award 2019.