Greek Start Up Universe: Foreign Affairs Ministry supports program for new tech ideas

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The Greek Start Up Universe is a new program, under the auspices of the General Secretariat of Public Diplomacy and Greeks Abroad of Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which looks to give tech start-up founders the opportunity to present their new ideas.

The program is centred on helping projects that are aspiring to make a global impact. The free, 8-week online program will offer people the opportunity to interact with accomplished Greeks of the global tech start-up ecosystem, and gain access to start-up tools and educational content, in order to claim funding opportunities.

The program will be running from March 1, 2021 until April 25, 2021 and it will be hosted at Founderhood platform.

Below are a few of the experts that start up founders will have the chance to hear from:

Alexis Piperides: The co-founder of PROTOIO Inc., their vision is to enable product teams to build better products through world-class software that facilitate product team communication in a design-driven approach.

Ioanna Angelidaki: CMO & Co-founder of ‘InstaShop’, the company is a “hyper-local” marketplace app that connects users to nearby outlets for fast deliveries. Over the last five years InstaShop has attracted around $10 million in outside investment from Venture Friends, Jabbar Internet Group, and Souq.com (now Amazon) through two public and two private funding rounds, and it has expanded operations into Qatar, Bahrain, Egypt, and Lebanon.

Nicky Goulimis: Nicky Goulimis is an entrepreneur known as the co-founder and COO of Nova Credit, the world’s cross-border consumer reporting agency that gives access to credit reports and consumers from around the world.

People can sign up here: https://bit.ly/3uxHHFT
Deadline: 01/03/2021

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