Start-up Accelerator

The goal of start-up accelerator is to help you build your own start-up. As such, the focus will be on real world, hands-on learning regarding what it’s like to actually start a company. It is a simulation of what start-ups and entrepreneurship are like in the real world: chaos, uncertainty, impossible deadlines in insufficient time, conflicting input, etc. In line with the lean startup approach, you will get to test all of the assumptions underlying your business model. You will be designing experiments and tests to figure out whether your envisioned customers really are your customers, whether the problem you think you’re solving is really what you should be solving, whether the way you think you should be targeting customers is truly the most efficient and effective way of acquiring your customers, just to name a few. In other words, you’ll be getting your hands dirty talking to customers, partners, and competitors as you will encounter the chaos and uncertainty of how a start-up actually works. Moreover, to deepen your knowledge on crucial elements of how to build a startup, we will also provide practice-oriented workshops including several testimonials. To get the most out of this experience, you will be assigned a mentor (an experienced entrepreneur or investor) to assist you along the way with their advice and contacts where relevant.

Entrepreneurs 2016
Our entrepreneurs of 2016


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Contact us

Contact our Programme Advisor
Sara Teuwen
Tel +32 9 210 92 35
[email protected]
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Meet Us

Info Sessions & Open Days
17 Aug
Meet our programme advisor online
Category: General Info Sessions

28 Sep
Info Session Executive Education & MBA
Category: General Info Sessions

& Rankings

Equis Association of MBAs AACSB Financial Times