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X-Europe is waiting for applications from AgriTech startups

Those interested can apply for the second round of the program focusing on AgriTech innovations. The November conference will be hosted by the Design Terminal.

X-Europe has been launched by five leading organizations in the European startup ecosystem: F6S, TNW, Design Terminal, Growth Tribe and TechChill.

The EU-funded X-Europe program aims to encourage the development of leading European deep tech startups through its high-quality training program and other services. It also helps businesses get in touch with investors, companies and government actors.

The first round of the program is already in full swing, focusing on businesses in HealthTech and BioTech. Each of the 27 selected, pioneering startups is fighting for a healthier future for Europe. After just a few weeks  EUR 2.2 million of funds has been raised, and exciting solutions are being developed, tested and launched at lightning speed.

The second round of X-Europe will look for 25 startups in AgriTech. From October 2020 to March 2021, selected startups will receive training, promotion assistance and connections to potential partners. In addition, X-Europe seeks to connect ecosystems across Europe and make the free movement of opportunities, companies and capital available on the continent. All services of the X-Europe program are free, thanks to Startup Europe.

The 25 selected deep tech startups will receive the following services:

● Free participation and introduction to the Design Terminal online conference in November 2020

● Liaison with investors

● Building partnerships with companies – Start-ups can be the answer to companies’ challenges

● Individual mentoring

● Job opportunities and talent search

● Media attention

● Access to the Design Terminal Accelerator program and access to TechChill and TNW community incubators and offices

Apply at the link below until 5 p.m. on September 4: https://www.f6s.com/xeuropecohort2/apply

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