Nike-backed accelerator to support a new wave of digital fitness startups

Nike-backed accelerator to support a new wave of digital fitness startups

gigaom.com
New Sports giant Nike is launching the Nike+ Accelerator program — a three-month program to foster startups — in conjunction with Boulder, Colo.-based TechStars. According to Monday’s announcement, the program targets companies that use Nike+ technology, including the FuelBand and Nike+ Running app, to create products and services for athletes to get help in...
Nike-backed accelerator to support a new wave of digital fitness startups
                                       

Comments:

Related:

Looking stay in front of the pack, Nike allies with TechStars on new incubator program

www.geekwire.com
New Maybe this new incubator will help play a part in the tennis shoe of the future. Nike and TechStars today announced the formation of the Nike+ Accelerator in which 10 startup companies will be invited to participate in the three month startup program. Nike said the goal is to ”build offerings that inspire...
Looking stay in front of the pack, Nike allies with TechStars on new incubator program

Nike to kick off a Nike+ startup accelerator in March 2013, powered by TechStars

thenextweb.com
Well, this is interesting: apparently TechStars delivers its acceleration programs out-of-the-shoebox these days. TechStars has teamed up with sports footwear and apparel giant Nike to power the latter’s Nike+ Accelerator program, which will host 10 companies for a three-month, mentor-driven acceleration program. Powered by TechStars (like the company does in...
Nike to kick off a Nike+ startup accelerator in March 2013, powered by TechStars

10 Startups, 13 Intense Weeks: The teams face their first Demo Day [Video]

thenextweb.com
In episode 12 in our video series following the Springboard Mobile accelerator in London, the first of three Demo Days arrives. How will the teams we’re following – Flitto, We Are Pop Up, I Judge Fights and House Map – fare in the face of investors? Are they ready? Following the London demo day captured in this video,...
10 Startups, 13 Intense Weeks: The teams face their first Demo Day [Video]

More local startup support: After London, Google opens a second 'Campus' in Tel Aviv

thenextweb.com
In East London, Google has managed to turn its Campus building into a warm and vibrant nest for local – and visiting – Internet startups and other players in the ecosystem, offering co-working office and event spaces and meeting areas in the buzzy ‘Tech City’ area. Now, the online search...
More local startup support: After London, Google opens a second 'Campus' in Tel Aviv

Supporting Israel's "start-up nation"

googleblog.blogspot.com
In March, we launched Campus London to help support the vibrant start-up community there and help energize the U.K. Internet economy. Today, we’re launching Campus Tel Aviv—a one-floor event & community space and pre-accelerator program in downtown Tel Aviv, made available to early stage start-ups and developers. With the Internet...
Supporting Israel's "start-up nation"

Fastlane Ventures secures $13m from Kazakhstan's Kenges Rakishev, taking its 2012 total to $31m

thenextweb.com
Russian Internet investment firm and startup accelerator Fastlane Ventures has landed a $13 million funding round from technology investor Kenges Rakishev. The funding will be spent on launching new startups and increasing the number of the company’s portfolio businesses, Fastlane stated in its press release. Fastlane Ventures’ operational model is...
Fastlane Ventures secures $13m from Kazakhstan's Kenges Rakishev, taking its 2012 total to $31m

While TaskRabbit Ponders UK Launch, Two Local Competitors Emerge: TaskPandas And Sorted

techcrunch.com
While us Brits wait for San Francisco, U.S.-based TaskRabbit to launch this side of the pond, at least two local competitors have emerged. The opportunistically named TaskPandas, founded by Farrukh Khan, describes itself as an ‘eBay for small jobs’. Meanwhile, Sorted, which is part of the Oxygen Accelerator programme and recently...
While TaskRabbit Ponders UK Launch, Two Local Competitors Emerge: TaskPandas And Sorted
9Slides: Marrying YouTube and SlideShare to move past the slide deck

JFDI Asia's acclaimed Bootcamp incubator returns: Applications for 2013 program now open

thenextweb.com
There’s good news for startups and wannabe entrepreneurs in Southeast Asia after Singapore-based JFDI Asia announced it has opened applications for the next installment of its accelerator program: the JFDI Bootcamp 2013. JFDI (Joyful Frog Digital Incubator) ran its first 100-day incubator this year and given its success, which saw...
JFDI Asia's acclaimed Bootcamp incubator returns: Applications for 2013 program now open
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?