This years top ten teams are (by bootcamp):
PsyberSafe (formerly KeySafe)
MassChallenge, the world’s most startup-friendly organization, helps startups get the resources, mentors, and business training they need to help them succeed, without taking a profit or equity stake in the companies. Working with local strategic partners, Bridge to MassChallenge supports entrepreneurs through training and brings together the ecosystem to catalyze entrepreneurial activity. The program also leverages MassChallenges international network of accelerators and partners, connecting startups to new markets and international mentors and partners. Over the next 90 days – all of the 45 teams who participated in the bootcamp will continue to receive training and mentoring from members of the community.
I am very impressed by the ten outstanding startups that have been chosen from across Australia. Australias entrepreneurs have so much to offer, and we look forward to welcoming these startups to Boston, said Mike LaRhette, President of MassChallenge. We have had an incredibly successful program so far in Australia and have enjoyed working with the many players and supporters in the ecosystem to help these startups gain the maximum value from the program.
Watch the video on Bridge to MassChallenge Australia to find out more.
MassChallenge is the most startup-friendly accelerator on the planet. No equity and not-for-profit, we are obsessed with helping entrepreneurs across all industries. We also reward the highest-impact startups through a competition to win a portion of several million dollars in equity-free cash awards. Through our global network of accelerators in Boston, the UK, Israel, Switzerland, and Mexico, and unrivaled access to our corporate partners, we can have a massive impact – driving growth and creating value the world over. To date, 1,211 MassChallenge alumni have raised over $1.8 billion, generated over $700 million in revenue, and created over 60,000 jobs. For more information, please visit masschallenge.org.
Bridge to MassChallenge Australia partners include: Microsoft Australia, Australian Government Department of Industry, Innovation & Science, Jobs for NSW, UrbanGrowth NSW, South Australia Government, Victoria State Government, Monash University.
Additional Bridge to MassChallenge Global Partners include: SENA, iNNpulsa Colombia, OCP Entrepreneurship Network, Biscay Regional Government, Korea Innovation Center, and Big Booster Lyon.
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