Start-ups that develop products or services in the fields of clean energy, smart city, mobility, smart electricity networks and nuclear instrumentation will be able to participate in January in Bucharest and in February in Brasov at the InnoEnergy Primer, a pre-acceleration program of InnoEnergy network – a European Commission initiative.
According to a press release from InnoEnergy Romania, the main objective of this program is to support innovative people in developing entrepreneurial skills and to prepare them for acceleration programs and for grant and investment programs.
The program consists of several theory sessions, coaching and workshops held by professional mentors, industry experts and experienced entrepreneurs. The program will end with a demonstration day, where each team will give a four-minute presentation, followed by a question and answer session.
By the end of the program, start-ups will develop a set of documents or capabilities that are required later for application to the Highway Acceleration Program, documents that potential investors will require, which include a cover letter, a market strategy, a roadmap and the competitive landscape and others, according to Agerpres.