Minc's incubator program is attracting international companies!
Minc will open up for startups from all over the world to take part of the incubator program, if they are moving the company and the team to Malmö.
First up are the 3 companies from Riga who was part of a group of Latvian entrepreneurs who visited Malmö and Minc in February. Five companies spent a week in Malmö to get to know the incubator program, Minc's business developers and the network available around the Startup scene in Malmö. Three of the companies have been selected and will land in Malmö from May 11th.
The pilot called Minc Trampoline is partly financed by Region Skåne and the other partner Almi will actively support the selected companies in the incubator program.
The pilot will run alongside Mincs ordinary incubator program and last for 12 months. During this period, Minc's business developers in addition to working with the Minc model, will also actively connect companies with networks and investors to help them reach international market faster.
- "We want to import more entrepreneurs to Malmö. International companies in the early phase have little net growth and we need to get more attractive startups to the region for growth, "said Minc's CEO Marten Öbrink.
- "The city and the Minc model is attractive for entrepreneurs. Malmö and Skåne have an ecosystem that will attract startups from different countries in the future. Now we run a pilot and will evaluate how we will proceed. "
The companies accepted to the incubator program are Koatum, Nanooptometrics and Snowision.
For more information please contact Mincs CEO Mårten Öbrink at email@example.com or 0734-340001
Minc Trampoline in an international incubator track for startups.