Brickken was selected out of hundreds other promising start ups in fintech and cybersecurity space to participate in the final selection of the first week of October. After an intense, inspirational and fun week of pitching Brickken to business leaders, potential investors, industry experts and of course the team at Startupbootcamp, Brickken was chosen as one of the most promising 12 startups in FinTech and CyberSecurity Space.
Startupbootcamp (SBC) is an accelerator, founded in 2010 in Copenhagen. Under their wing already more than 800 start up’s have flourished. We at Brickken are ecstatic and confident to become their new success story.
Together with SBC, we will embark on their 3-month acceleration program, in which they will provide us access to a global network of industry experts, business mentors, investors, and corporate partners. Furthermore they will support Brickken with Intense mentorship, guided support, top-level masterclasses, pitching opportunities and networking events.
This week was the kickoff of SBC and although due to the current circumstances we were unfortunately not able to be present in Amsterdam. Nonetheless, the experience has already been amazing. In a well-organized week, in an inspiring setting with our fellow startups and mentors we already learned a lot and made some great connections. We’re thrilled about what is yet to come.
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