The Barcelona Accelerator Conector has announced a new call for startups to enter the second edition of their program. The startups accepted into the second class will receive mentorship, workspace and access to investors from June to November 2014.
Applications are being accepted through May 4th and entrepreneurs who wish to present their projects must register here: http://conector.com/registrate/
The finalists will be selected to will pitch their venture during Startup Day on May 15th before a jury composed of the main partners of the accelerator including Risto Mejide, Carlos Blanco, Gerard Olive, Marc Ros, Marc Vidal and Xavier Verdaguer.
The selected startups will have access to Conector’s heralded network of mentors including Axel Serena (Vittalia Internet), Eudald Domènech (Total Channel), David Thomas (Cyberclick), Ignacio Fonts (Inveready), Adriana Freitas (Citrix), Iñaki Ecenarro (Trovit), Carlos Guerrero (Banco Farmaceutico), Miguel Vicente (LetsBonus), Luis Font (Zyncro), Martí Manent (Derecho.com), Pau Cerdà (Cartagena Capital), Simon Lee (Incubio) and Vicenç Martí (Akamon) among many others.
“Participating in Conector’s acceleration process is a great opportunity for entrepreneurs, as it offers the chance to learn in addition to receiving the expert mentoring necessary to optimize your product and create a viable company,” explains Director Elisabeth Martinez.
Conector looks for current ventures in mobile, media, ICT and entertainment sectors featuring teams of 2 to 4 people that could realistically go to market in the next 3-4 months. The first class of the Conector acceleration program began in December 2013 and includes startups Iberuss, Lynber, Oh!MyCoder, Conductr, PopPlaces and Soonon.
Conector is an accelerator startups created by Carlos Blanco, Xavier Verdaguer, Marc Vidal, Elisabeth Martinez, Miguel Vicente, Gerard Olive, Risto Mejide and Marc Ros. A minimum of 15 projects will be accelerated each year and the program has the support of partners like First Tuesday BAN, BAN Antai, Nuñez y Navarro, ONO, Epson and others. More information about the Conector Accelerator program visit: http://www.conector.com