Accelerator Assembly´s meeting was a success for speakers and participants

Accelerator Assembly, the European accelerator network, held its London Meeting at Wayra UK premises on Thursday July 2nd 2015. The event took place in a full house environment, where nearly 200 accelerator representatives and other stakeholders got to know this industry-led network delivered by the Bisite Accelerator, an accelerator based in the Scientific Park of University of Salamanca, in collaboration with Startup Europe, and could also listen to top-notch speakers from the European Commission (DG Information Society and EASME, the European Agency for Small and Medium Enterprises), the European Investment Bank (EIB) and the European Investment Fund (EIF).

The speakers presented some of the EU Institutions approaches to the tech-entrepreneur business and also shared with the audience some success stories, like or The European Commission DG Home Affairs was also present at the event.

During the meeting, attendees had the opportunity to know Accelerator Assembly’s and talk about the value added as a meeting point for European accelerators, a forum for exchange of relevant knowledge and best practices and a network that gathers the most relevant actors of the European tech entrepreneurial world.

The event was a success much appreciated by both speakers and participants. The next Accelerator Assembly event, AA Conference, will take place in Salamanca (Spain), during StartupOlé event (, on September 9th-11th.


About Accelerator Assembly

The Accelerators Assembly aims to support and promote web-friendly accelerators in Europe, delivering an industry-led forum with maximum pan-European reach and impact, in order to increase awareness of the existing accelerator programmes in EU and their benefits among web entrepreneurs, to attract other accelerators to support web businesses to grow the overall number of web-friendly accelerators in Europe, to foster valuable linkages within the accelerator community in EU and to stimulate a policy dialogue to inform both policy makers and practitioners.

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