G-Startup Worldwide at GMIC Tel Aviv Announces Partnerships with Microsoft Accelerator  

In Press Releases, Startup Competition by Ryan Baird


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G-Startup Worldwide is pleased to announce another Accelerator Partnership for GMIC Tel-Aviv with Microsoft Accelerator.  Microsoft Accelerator is a global initiative empowering entrepreneurs around the world on their journey to build great companies.    G-startup Worldwide and Microsoft Accelerator have joined forces to support and grow the Tel Aviv tech startup ecosystem and its relationships with international investors, companies and associations.

As an Accelerator Partner, Microsoft Accelerator will help promote the competition, serve on the applicant selection committee, and offer $120K in cloud credits to the winner and 6 weeks in work space and mentoring at the Microsoft accelerator in Israel.

G-startup Worldwide will feature Amir Pinchas, Head of Operations and Portfolio at Microsoft Accelerator at a closed event called “PitchCamp” and give the chosen 10 startups advice on raising capital, pitching to VC’s, and deal terms. After which, each startup will give their pitch to 4 or 5 mentors including Mr. Pinchas and will receive feedback to hone their pitches on the day before the competition.

Working with startups at every stage of maturity, the Microsoft Accelerator provides the tools, resources, and expertise startups need to succeed. Visit Microsoft Ventures at www.microsoftventures.com to learn more about how Microsoft is helping the next generation of smart companies take flight. 

G-Startup Worldwide at GMIC Tel Aviv together with its partners are truly bringing together the best in the Israeli startup ecosystem to enable innovative startups to change the world.



G-Startup Worldwide is a global startup competition held around the world to find the most innovative, early stage startups, invest $1,000,000 in them, support them with a global network and enable them to change the world.

G-Startup Worldwide will be hosted at each Global Mobile Internet Conference (GMIC) in 2016 including Tel Aviv, Beijing, Tokyo, Jakarta, Bangalore, Taipei and San Francisco.

In 2016, G-Startup Worldwide will invest $1 million into 18 companies around the world. Our winners also gain access to the exclusive G-Network, our private network for global tech executives.  For more information or to apply, visit http://www.thegmic.com/.

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