Building a business from the ground up is without a doubt an adventurous and challenging endeavour – so why not getting help from experts in giving start-ups the right toolkit to enter a new phase? The Øresund region – with its innovative scene perfect for fresh entrepreneurs – is also the home of several accelerators such as SoPact, Fast Track Malmö or THINK which provide early-stage and growth-driven companies form different fields support in education, mentorship and financing for a fixed period of time.

An intense 12 week program

Based in Helsingborg, THINK offers the participating start-ups during their intense 12-week acceleration program access to their international network of mentors, the possibility to gain valuable skills in expert-led workshops as well as in personalised business coaching. At the end, the now-accelerated businesses await the great opportunity to pitch their projects in front of top investors.

After receiving positive feedback in the previous years, the acceleration program – which is for free – enters its fifth round this spring. More than 140 companies applied from all over the world, out of which seven were hand-picked and have now the chance to push their idea to the next stage.

Alexander Bastien, Accelerator Manager at THINK Accelerate, is looking forward to the upcoming weeks, emphasising the great variety in this batch in particular:

“We have a super interesting mix of start-ups with really strong founders who are ready to take it to the next level”

Those are the seven start-ups, who are part of this spring’s accelerator batch:

Sensative aims to make your home safer and more energy efficient by developing thin sensorial strips for an invisible window and door sensors. It develops also IoT products and services for everyday use.

Kvitter digitises paper receipts, hence focuses on generating a shift to a system of digital receipts for purchases made in store, in order to reduce climate impact by individual customers through reduced wastage of paper and at the same time save business costs.

MotioMera is a digital tool for organizations, working with a KPI to evaluate how well employees are feeling, making it possible to work proactively long term with the social and mental health of employees.

Flugtube wants to bridge the gap between premium and self-service travel booking and itinerary creation by providing a web-based platform.

Hoofstep uses artificial intelligence for instant knowledge of various factors regarding the horse such as its current health and therefore facilitates best practice for horse management.

1UP represents a platform for sports fans to compete in online, event and venue-linked video entry competitions in both P2P and brand-sponsored contests.

Tryggel develops with IoT technology smart sensors in electrical appliances which recognizes patterns of usage and possible hazards, providing a service device for elderly care.