Start-Ups Working With Incubators: Success Stories
Delivered March 25, 2020. Contributor: Agnidip M.
To identify 2-3 start-ups, preferably in Australia, that benefited from working with an incubator. The research should preferably focus on cases where incubators have helped start-ups/companies internationalize or have international success.
In 2017, according to a survey conducted by Roland Berger across more than 50 countries, 49 percent of accelerators and incubators offered international programs, either through partnerships with foreign entities or with foreign locations.
The official program of the incubator Startmate, based out of Australia, includes a week-long immersion trip to San Francisco to expose the start-ups to investors, customers, and the best practices in the world.
Some successful start-ups that have collaborated with Startmate are: 5B, Arula, BeyondAg, ByGen, Chatterize, etc.
Out of all startups that have collaborated with Startmate, 37 percent have received funding, 71 percent are active or have achieved an exit.
The ThincLab International Incubator Program conducted by the University of Adelaide aims at maximizing the potential for global commercial success of Australian startups and businesses.
The program targets to enhance the internationalization readiness of start-ups in Australia embedding a selected group of start-ups in supported international ecosystems within the University’s ThincLabs in France and Singapore.
Some start-ups that have collaborated with this incubator program are Augment Space, Digi Cup, Frontier Microscopy, etc.
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