With an extra FREE 6 Months Co-working Space.
Including £50k support for product development and marketing activity.
A standardized successful model developed by co-founders of Techstars.
We’ve gathered a mentor team that is hard to match. Exited entrepreneurs. CEOs. Investors. Industry leaders. Professors. Authors. Dreamers. You get access to a network of contacts and one-on-one support and advice. Learn from other entrepreneurs. Hear their stories. See new ways of doing things. Experience first hand their journey.
Each team will be assigned a specific mentor to assist them on their journey through the programme, bringing decades of experience, skills and domain knowledge.View Mentors
Formerly of Yahoo !inc Marvin invests in Digital Media, Enterprise SAAS, Marketplace, Fintech, Digital Health, Internet of Things & Mobile startups across the globe.
Deal Maker for UKTI’s Global Entrepreneur Programme.Investor -MetaCert.Board Advisor-UCD Michael Smurfit Business School. Advisor -London School of Economics
Damien currently holds the position of Senior Director Solution Development, Internet of Things Group within the Intel Corporation. An award winning business development leader. Damien is a 30 year veteran in the telecommunications and high-tech industries, having worked in 3 countries, at worldwide staff levels, in roles requiring excellence in business development, strategy creation and implementation. He is currently leading the creation of Internet of Things (IOT) Solutions in EMEA on behalf of Intel Corp. IOT is the next great wave of technology paradigm shift following on from its predecessors personal computing, mobile telecommunications and the Internet.
Previously Damien was in Intel’s Services Division where he led worldwide Business Development function and team in defining, sourcing, developing, contracting and managing the eco-system of business relationships to meet strategic needs and objectives. Prior to this role he was an Equity Deal Maker in Intel’s Venture Capital arm Intel Capital in 2000. Prior to Intel Capital Damien managed Intel’s Intel Inside® program and market development field organisation in Europe, Middle East and Africa. Before Intel, Damien worked in telecommunications most notably with Cellnet in marketing and sales roles.
Former MD of Techstars in London, Jon knows tech start-ups inside out. Passionate about helping start-ups and founders achieve their true potential.
Multiple entrepreneurial ventures and a professor of entrepreneurship at INSEAD. Teaches entrepreneurship, innovation and management.
Founder & CEO at MobStar, Partner at eSchools, ProTunes, Juuce, Marvellous Films, MusicSync, Island Tech Capital & Bare in the Woods Music Festival.
New to the game but with some class
The support and guidance provided by StartPlanetNI and my Invest NI Client Executive have been paramount in our success so far.
By MATTHEW LARGE, glistrr
We’ve been very lucky to be part of the Accelerator programme StartPlanetNI in Belfast. It gave us investment opportunity, a number of mentoring sessions with prominent business figures and possibility to grow as a team and a business.
By NATALIA SHIEL, Pavanu
The Accelerator was a great environment, it was the culture of learning and we got the structure. Being on the same boat as everyone else, we got invaluable lessons from each other.
By MARK ELLIOT, Profit Bees
A First Class City on the edge of Europe
One of the UK’s fastest growing clusters for technology, in addition to being the friendliest parts of the UK to live in.
The city is just a one hour flight from London, 6 hours from New York and just 2 hours from Dublin by train.
The cost of living is 41% lower than London and 28% lower than Dublin, with social life booming and the arts in full flight.
Over 60,000 students enrolled at Queen’s University Belfast & University of Ulster.
Despite its' skilled workforce, salary levels are below national average, employee loyalty is high, perfect for any new business starting out.
Strong network support system with access to support and funding from Invest Northern Ireland.