Alite LAB will be on the lookout for early-stage tech startups to help them grow and build an innovative cloud solution adapted to the rapidly changing needs of the market. Startups will need to apply for the program by submitting an innovative cloud-based solution or an idea for one, based on AWS architecture. Many companies also invest in cloud disaster recovery services to protect their business data.
The startups that will be selected for the Alite LAB accelerator program will receive free office space for five months, up to 5000 free credits to be used for any of AWS services, and a licence-free account on Alite International’s CI/CD cloud platform “TyphoonX”. In addition, Alite’s very own tech & business strategy experts will share their knowledge and technical skills with the startup founders.
“This is our first accelerator initiative ever and I believe it will add more value to the Swedish tech community. Startups are very often the ones who bring out-of-the-box solutions that improve the welfare of society and the environment. This is exactly what we stand for and want to support. During these challenging times caused by COVID-19, it’s important to reach out and help ambitious startups turn their ideas into real-market solutions,” said Vlatko Kotevski, CEO of Alite international.
Alite LAB is going to commence its application process in late May 2020. In order to be eligible, startups will have to provide an explanation on the following question: “How can you utilize our offering to accelerate your business idea?”, accompanied by a short pitch deck for their business idea.
Applying for the Alite LAB accelerator program will be available until June 14th, followed by an evaluation of the applicants. The results will be public after one week and only three startups will be eligible to be part of the Alite LAB accelerator program.
Alite International is a digital innovation company, founded in 2014 with headquarters in Malmo, Sweden, and has over 150 employees around its 5 offices in the UK, Switzerland, Sweden, Serbia and North Macedonia.
Startups that are interested in applying for the program can do so on the following website.