3 DTU start-ups in BII’s Business Acceleration Academy

Thursday 28 Feb 19

3 early-stage start-ups from DTU have been accepted in BII’s attractive Business Acceleration Academy where they will take their very first steps towards market.

Three out of the four early-stage start-ups that have been accepted in BBI’s Business Acceleration Academy this spring are from DTU.

During the 3 months at the BAA programme, the start-ups will develop their entrepreneurial skills and make a clear strategy for attracting interest from investors.

They will spend their time covering topics such as business model, IP strategy, go-to-market plan, potential partnerships through classroom modules and workshops.

”The teams have been chosen based on their commercial potential and their ability to navigate the obstacles of early start-up development”, says scientific advisor, Hervør Lykke Olsen, who is leading the application process at BII.

Among the teams is TresActio – a start-up that aims to help biotechnology companies bring new products to market faster and cheaper by improving existing workflows.

At TresActio we are working in a novel fermentation control system that improves research and development in the biotechnology industry. At the BioInnovation Institute's BAA programme we are working building a business plan, go to market strategy, and IPR road map around our innovation”, says CEO and co-founder Toke Faurby

DTU teams in BII’s Business Acceleration Academy, spring 2019:

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