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Global Startup Ecosystem (GSE) 2020 Digital Accelerator

Global Accelerator

The Global Startup Ecosystem (GSE) is calling for registration for the 2020 Digital Accelerator program. This time, the focus is on career development, and it’s free for people in Africa, America, Asia, the Caribbean, Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East.

It is the 5th Annual edition of the world’s first and largest digital accelerator. So if you have interest, you can apply now.

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About The Global Startup Ecosystem 2020 Digital Accelerator Program

Global Startup Ecosystem (GSE) returns with the 5th annual digital accelerator program with a focus on career development, personal development, and business development tracks to prepare participants for a digital future. 

It is a 4-week intensive program and will feature speakers from around the world who will train on a strategy that prepares both entrepreneurs and career professionals for a digital remote world. Accepted participants will receive $250k in free perks and prizes from Google Cloud, AWS, IBM Cloud, DigitalOcean, Sendgrid, and Zendesk. 

Who Can Apply   

The GSE digital accelerator program is open to all small businesses, corporate professionals, startups, and freelancers. Each application round is rolling admission until the top 100 are selected from each of the 7 regions that GSE covers; in and Africa, Asia, America, Europe, Caribbean, Latin America, Middle East.

Then, the remaining 300 are selected from partner programs within its network. In total 1000 companies will be selected for the cohort. From the final cohort, 10 per region will be selected to pitch investors and influencers on demo day. And, the top 3 startups will at the conclusion of the program receive partner prizes, media features, and potential investment.

In addition, startups can apply for admission to the GSE digital career accelerator on a rolling basis between August 10 – August 28. The program is free. No equity asks. No obligation.

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2020 Digital accelerator Timeline

  1. Tuesday, Sep. 1st  – 12-2 pm Orientation and Intro Bootcamp 
  2. Thursday, Sep. 3rd – 12 pm-2 pm Intro to Future Tech via Nano Tech Summit 
  3. Tuesday, Sep. 8th 12-2 pm Career Bootcamp 
  4. Thursday, Sep. 15th 12 pm-2 pm Intro to Future Tech via Ai Tech Summit
  5. Tuesday, Sep. 10th – 12-2 pm Entrepreneurship Bootcamp 
  6. Thursday, Sep. 17th – 12-2 pm Future Tech via VR Tech Summit
  7. Tuesday, Sep. 22nd – 12-2 pm Personal Branding & Mental Resilience Bootcamp 
  8. Thursday, Sep. 24th- 12-2 pm Future Tech via Blockchain Tech Summit
  9. Wednesday, Sep 30th – Global Investment Summit & Demo Day Graduation 

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The deadline for the Global Startup Ecosystem 2020 Digital Accelerator Program is August 28, 2020. So, if are find interest in the program, you can apply using this link; https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfqAn9bYGN1fgfCcsoTEnLiBVteKuF6PBHFC-U1mOTJy45X-w/viewform

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