The program of 8 life-changing weeks provides mentors and experts, the network of public and
corporate market players, technical and business expertise, investment network to the HRTech, and
EdTech startup founders.
Top 3 startups will be selected to introduce their products at the main 2020-2021 conferences and pitch on the media.
Get ready for 8 skyrocketing weeks that include engaging matchmaking, multiple meetings, pitch training sessions, and many more.
Investment options granted by Accelerator
One of the teams will receive investments from 100 to 200 thousand dollars.
* The terms of the transaction are discussed individually
Goals of the accelerator
Help up to 10 startups to launch a working product or service and start sales in the EU market.
Deliver high-quality knowledge, expertise on business models, tech, and development to participating startups.
Support startups during the establishment of their corporate, investment, media, and partners’ network.
The HR&ED-Tech accelerator is investment accelerator which helps technologic start-ups to develop their business in the Russian Federation, Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and Europe, pilot solutions in a corporation and attract investments at an early stage.
Baltic Sandbox is a sustainable value acceleration partner for the Eastern European startups seeking
the transition to the Western European markets. We are primarily working with startups from various
industries addressing responsible consumption societal problems, UN sustainability goals, and the
HR&ED-tech Accelerator and Baltic Sandbox seek promising HR and ED Tech talents to bring
high-quality products or services to the EU startup ecosystem. Startups, which want to participate
in the acceleration program, has to fit into a couple of requirements:
Startup, which solves one of the real-world problems connected with EDTech or HRTech.
Startup, which has at least 2 English-speaking open-minded founders with industry expertise.
Solid MVP, first sales.
Startup, which is ready for pilots/sales in the EU by the beginning of 2021.
Primarily scouting startups from countries such as Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Georgia, and Armenia.
Secondary scouting startups from countries such as Baltics, Poland, Czech Republic, and Nordics.