The Digital Greenhouse has announced their new programme the ‘Startup Academy’.
A fully funded kick-start programme, specifically designed for early stage businesses in Guernsey with growth ambition.
Working with Blenheim Chalcot’s Red Team, the Academy will operate over a 10 week period, immersing entrepreneurs in developing their ventures with the aid of experts in the field, sharing their insider knowledge and essential elements to go from idea to market and scale.
Starting this April businesses will take part in a range of structured virtual sessions and workshops over 10 weeks. Covering topics such as ‘Using data to discover customer pain points’, developing innovative business models’ and ‘scaling a business’. Through this programme the Digital Greenhouse aims to fuel the next wave of innovative startups in the Island.
Director Lucy Kirby (pictured) said: “One of our core purposes here at the Digital Greenhouse is to support the growth of new business and we see the Academy as a fantastic opportunity to accelerate new ventures and give them the tools and expert support they need to succeed.“
The applications for Startup Academy are open now and close on Sunday 19th March. For more information visit the Digital Greenhouse website.