Amcom chairman Anthony Grist.

Amcom launches tech accelerator

Amcom Telecommunications has teamed up with e-business association eGroup WA and technology hub Spacecubed to launch a tech accelerator program in Perth to help startups turn their ideas into products.

“In a period of limited access to venture capital, Amcom Upstart will identify up to eight startups and provide $40,000 in seed capital and extensive professional mentoring for each of them, during a three month program,” Amcom said in a statement.

The initiative is designed to help startups get a minimum viable product to market, develop a business model and attract their first customers.


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Fantastic to see more corporates supporting innovation and startups in Perth. Its been a while in the making, but lets hope this is only the start of things to come in the startup sector in Perth. Well done to all those listed and all those that helped get this up and running

Hear hear Andy. You do a lot of the Perth startup community too, but I know Rob Nathan has spent a lot of time putting this together, so good on him, AMCOM and Spacecubed for getting it happening.
Well done Brodie McCulloch at Spacecubed for this next step in helping create new business success stories for WA.

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