Innovative Companies and Creators: what is an accelerator program
Launching or growing a project presents many challenges and problems: it is not easy to figure out where to start, what to emphasize, how to manage time and resources. An accelerator program could be the solution.
Accelerate so as not to fall behind. The evolution of the technological world requires companies and creators of transformative experiences to adapt.
In a universe of courses, webinars and gurus, it is extremely difficult to navigate: training often has a high cost in economic terms and is always time-consuming. Because of this, the oversupply and difficulty in choosing the best path makes any decision difficult, which often results in no decision at all.
Pilot Program acceleration programs: what they are
Training and acceleration tracks are the import of the startup method in the Travel and Experience industry:
- time management,
- Economic planning of innovative startups or SMEs.
These are just some of the areas that are learned in an accelerator program.
All by combining theoretical training and technical skills enhancement.
Peculiarity of the course, unlike an online course, is the accompaniment. Teachers follow up with students in weekly meetings , setting goals and tasks for each reality to increase the effectiveness of the process.
Four months in which to condense the maximum training.
How Apical Pilot Program Works
Four months, along with other transformational projects to network and partner with, supervised by top Apical Transformational School faculty.
Over 30 hours of courses, private consultations, and access to a range of technology tools that can accelerate your project innovation.
Apical Pilot Program is in its sixth year and has hosted more than 50 projects with high innovation potential to date.
The selection process must inevitably go through an interview with an Apical account to ensure both parties have the information they need to join.
The program and general info
Find the program overview, divided by sprints (15-day blocks, structured according to the Lean Startup Method) on the dedicated page