FutureX have opened applications for their Silicon Valley Accelerate programme.
This programme gives delegates access to some of the planet's largest technology companies as well as top investors, advisors and executives. Previous companies visited include Google, Facebook, eBay, Rocketspace and DFJ Ventures. These meetings and sessions are combined with leadership and personal development workshops from highly-experienced facilitators, making this a unique learning opportunity for entrepreneurs and business leaders.
On this trip, you'll be fully immersed in the Silicon Valley culture, understanding how tech companies can scale in today's economic climate, and looking at the attitudes of the individuals who are shaping the future.
Previous delegates have collectively raised over $40 million since their time on the SVA programme. Where could your business go?
Apply before the 30th November for Early Bird prices. Payment plans are also available. If you'd like to be part of the programme, visit https://www.futurexinnovation.com/silicon-valley-accelerate or contact email@example.com to learn more. A limited number of discounted early bird tickets are available now.
What is the Silicon Valley Accelerate programme?
The Silicon Valley Accelerate programme is a five day immersion into the Silicon Valley ecosystem designed to fast track entrepreneurs and their businesses.
Each year, we accept several of the UK's emerging technology entrepreneurs to take part in this programme, where they gain unprecedented insight into the culture and strategy of some of the world's most innovative organisations operating out of San Francisco and Silicon Valley. Delegates will sit down with globally-known founders, investors and innovators, who will share insight on growth and leadership. The experience creates a space to engage with global influencers, reflect on your entrepreneurial journey, and create actionable steps for personal and professional development. If you want to know more, visit www.futurexinnovation.com/silicon-valley-accelerate.