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Programme ends in:
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Applications for the ATI Boeing Accelerator's second cohort have now closed.
Virtual interviews will be held at the end of November, and the ATI Boeing Accelerator’s second cohort will launch in January 2021.
In light of the ongoing global pandemic, the programme structure will be a mix of virtual and (UK-based) in-person elements over the course of the 12 weeks.
Stay healthy and stay safe!
The ATI Boeing Accelerator team
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We're looking for world-class startups who are creating sustainability-enabling technologies with the potential to bolster the growth and competitiveness of the UK aerospace industry. The programme is open to companies globally. Please refer to the FAQ for detail and contact us if you have any questions!
We're especially interested in innovative startups building solutions within the thematic areas below, as well as within Flight Operations Resilience; Safety, Costs & Passengers.
Reduce Time to Market
Materials & Manufacturing
Accelerating industry's access to innovation
Lifecycle & Resilience
Making processes more sustainable & efficient
Battery & Fuel Systems
Innovative, alternative fuel systems & management
Ask us anything
Future cohorts may focus on other areas within the aerospace industry.
If you'd like to learn more, or pitch concepts outside of these themes to us, or would like to get involved, then please get in touch.
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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
Access and introductions to our network of Angels, VCs and the wider aerospace industry throughout the programme and during our ecosystem events
Mentoring from a global network of experienced entrepreneurs, mentors and investors
£100,000+ in programme perks with our partners
(from startup service providers including Google, Amazon, Stripe, Digital Ocean and many more)