Why does an Accelerator as a Service help in my innovation process?
A Startup Accelerator helps young teams to scale their companies. Since choosing the right startups, setting up growth hacking workshops and regular coaching is a complex process you can save time and don’t have to create an accelerator team if you use our Accelerator as a Service. This allows you to set up your own startups and make them successful without making mistakes by yourself.
When is a Accelerator as a Service viable for my company?
There is a selection of young entrepreneurs you want to support.
Your innovation unit doesn’t have enough capacity to set up its own accelerator program.
You want to test the effects of an accelerator before expanding your innovation unit.
You need interim managers who make your accelerator more successful.
What to expect of an Accelerator as a Service
Startups are made for developing products in the shortest time possible, bringing them to market, failing and finding new strategies for success. To create space and avoid typical mistakes there are accelerators. They support startups in their most intense growth phase. With our Accelerator as a Service we take on work that helps your company learn and ultimately grow a number of startups.
Accelerator as a Service Schedule
Defining the program
Conduct workshops and mentoring
Documentation and cooperation management
What does Ambivation do for you with an Accelerator as a Service?
Project planning with success indicators
Kick-Off of the accelerator program
Coaching your startups with Design Thinking
Startup workshops to introduce your employees into startup methods
Growth Hacking of the startups
Documentation of successes and learning successes
Final presentation and next steps
5 to 10 startups make sense for an accelerator to reduce the risk of failure. Of course, more is possible, but you have to keep in mind that the startups have to be equipped with jobs and money.
After an Accelerator the startups should move on to the next financing rounds. It is then time to define how you want to continue cooperating with the startup or whether you want to integrate it into your company.