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of Aerospace

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In light of the global COVID-19 pandemic, we will be delaying the opening of applications for the ATI Boeing Accelerator’s second cohort.

Applications for the January 2020 cohort of the ATI Boeing Accelerator have now closed. Discover our inaugural cohort here.

We will publish information and dates in due course; please subscribe to our newsletter to receive this and other updates.

We are working with our partners and the wider aerospace ecosystem to support startups in these difficult times and will be sharing more on how you can get involved very soon.

If we can help, please feel free to get in contact.

Stay healthy and stay safe!

The ATI Boeing Accelerator team

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without impacting

We're looking for software startups building solutions across:

Industry 4.0


Connecting industry to innovation

If you're currently working outside of these themes but would still like to pitch your concepts to us then please get in touch.

Future cohorts may focus on other areas within the aerospace industry.



The biggest impact is often the smallest

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to the right partners

As part of the accelerator, you will benefit from:

£100k optional investment (structured as an uncapped SAFE note) from Boeing HorizonX Ventures


Firsthand access to Boeing and GKN Aerospace strategists and technical experts

Desk and office space at Public Hall in Central London

Access and introductions to our network of Angels and VCs throughout the programme and during our investor events

Mentoring from a global network of experienced entrepreneurs, mentors and investors

£100,000+ in programme perks with our partners

(including Google, Amazon, Stripe, Digital Ocean and many more)

Applications for the September 2020 cohort will open in the Spring. In the meantime, please subscribe to our newsletter below and follow the programme team on Twitter.

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