Atlantic Digital Startup Academy (ADSA) has today opened for applications from digital startups to join its programme. The programme offers networking, training and other supports designed to help companies scale and sell in the Atlantic region.
ADSA is a partnership of agencies across 11 regions and is funded by the EU Interreg Atlantic Area programme. Each partner is looking to recruit 10 digital startups, defined as businesses less than 5 years old competing with a digital technology. Starting in October 2018, ADSA will offer bootcamps, mentors, pitching and targeted workshops to help new businesses refine and localise their value proposition, products/services and sales channels. Soft landing supports will include first contact points to access local networks and desks in coworking spaces in the new markets from which to establish a presence.
If you are interested in joining the programme, contact your local partner first and then send in a completed expression of interest.