Support for start-up businesses and entrepreneurs – Access to leading University of Warwick resources and networks of mentors and inventors.
The Deep Tech Innovation Centre (DTIC), part of the Warwick Innovation District, is focused on inspiring, educating and incubating the next generation of innovation founders.
DTIC support aspirational entrepreneurs looking to build innovative businesses with a number of key resources and business acceleration programmes. We work with early-stage founders across all market sectors, both B2B and B2C, helping you to validate your idea and determine the product-market fit.
Warwick Innovation District recently chatted with Professor Andy Pardoe, Executive Chair Deep Tech Innovation Centre to find out what support is available and who is eligible.
DTIC offer a range of programmes and activities from our iCURe programme which helps university research go from innovation to commercialisation, to our specifically designed 6-week course in technology entrepreneurship. On our incubator programme, deep tech founders will benefit from individual mentoring, training, networking, a range of resources, as well as access to our dedicated facilities on campus for six months. The programme is free, part-time and is available to anyone in the UK, regardless of any previous connection with University of Warwick.
Professor Andy Pardoe, Executive Chair Deep Tech Innovation Centre said: “We are now open for applications for our next Cohort. If you need support, space, experts, mentors, help with starting up or growing your business, apply today. Our next Cohort is due to start end of October.
For more visit: http://deeptechinnovation.org.uk and click on the Apply for Start-up Incubator.
Or for general enquiries, click here: https://warwickinnovationdistrict.com/contact-us/
More about the iCURe Programme click here: https://warwickinnovationdistrict.com/icure/
More about the i2i Programme click here: https://warwick.ac.uk/services/ventures/2academicscontact/warwicki2i
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