Application Deadline – Bright Sparks

5th March 2021 - 11:59 pm
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Vodafone is looking to partner with disruptive early-stage start-ups to join us in creating digital societies of the future in the second edition of its Bright Sparks start-up support programme. Bright Sparks is a virtual start-up support programme, sponsored by Vodafone and open to businesses operating across our markets.

As a champion for SMEs, entrepreneurs and innovators around the world, Vodafone is looking for early stage start-ups that have a proven product or service and can demonstrate first successes. This year, up to fifty start-ups across Europe will be selected as part of the six-month Bright Sparks programme.

If selected, the start-up will partner with a Vodafone Bright Sparks champion who will offer support and expertise, provide specialist skills and identify potential collaboration opportunities.

Your start-up should be in Seed, pre-Series A or Series A funding stages and be well positioned to help solve a Vodafone business challenge or add value to our products and services.
Applications should be made via an application form by Friday 5th March.

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