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Based in Jakarta, Indonesia, GnB Accelerator is a part of Fenox Venture Capital. With access to Fenox’s international network of investors, entrepreneurs and advisors, GnB Accelerator supports early stage startups in diverse industries.

Norway-based Katapult Accelerator focuses on technology-based startups targeting environmental and societal causes. Katapult's three-month accelerator program offers training and mentorship opportunities across a range of technologies including AI, blockchain and IoT, along with access to funding and investors. The company has recently teamed up with New York's ERA accelerator to help Katapult's startups expand to the US. 

Based in Singapore, GreenMeadows Accelerator (GMA) is a VC firm that provides incubator and accelerator services. GMA mainly invests in advanced manufacturing, engineering and clean/green-tech sectors. Enterprise Singapore Startup Equity SG is its co-investment partner. 

Lenovo Accelerator was co-founded by Lenovo Capital and Incubator Group and Hong Kong-based business park Cyberport in Hong Kong in May 2016. It invests mainly in early-stage startups specialized in cutting-edge technologies and TMT. It is Lenovo Group's first startup accelerator in China. Each startup selected by Lenovo Accelerator receives RMB 500,000 to RMB 1m in funding from Lenovo Group.

Established in August 2015 in Beijing, AC Accelerator is a startup incubator. CEO Xu Yong is also the executive director of Angel Camp, China's first non-profit organization that trains angel investors. In addition to funding, AC Accelerator also offers startups resources such as mentors and access to qualified suppliers.

Yangon-based social impact investor Phandeeyar Accelerator was born out of Code for Change Myanmar, a series of hackathons in 2014 and its accelerator is the Yangon chapter of Founder Institute.  It is a keen part of Myanmar’s nascent tech ecosystem.With a $2m fund, the VC began investing in local startups in 2017 with a maximum funding of $25,000. It has invested in 17 companies including restaurant booking app Resdi and apartment sharing app Nay Var.

New York City’s largest accelerator program, founded in 2011, provides each accepted company with an initial $100,000 investment and the potential for follow-on funding from its fund. The accelerator also provides up to $120,000 of Azure benefits for two years from Microsoft, plus $100,000 in webhosting credits from Amazon Web Services and $100,000 from Google Cloud Platform, among other benefits. Its four-month program provides access to the largest mentor network in New York. It has accelerated and invested in more than 200 companies to date across sectors and makes diversity investments. Selected companies have a US market ambition. Its most recent cohorts include Portuguese VR gaming and cognitive training software Virtuleap, and online tire retailer Tire Agent. 

Antonius Stefanus is the founder and CEO of Neetip, a peer-to-peer shopping and courier platform. He took part in the Jakarta Founder Institute idea accelerator programme in 2016 and visited Silicon Valley with fellow Founder Institute graduates.

Based in Lisbon, Filipa Neto graduated in Economics at the Catholic University of Portugal in 2012. She co-founded her first business with college friend Lara Vidreiro at the age of 21. They went on to establish Chic by Choice in 2014 and were listed in Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe 2018: Retail and E-commerce. In December 2017, Neto also started working for Farfetch as a principal innovation specialist and mentor for its accelerator program Dream Assembly.

Pessanha co-founded Unbabel in 2013 and was its CMO, before leaving the startup in August 2016 to join healthcare marketplace Care Revolutions as COO in Los Angeles. She is also a co-founder of Lisbon-based accelerator and NGO Beta-i and of energy tech startup ActualSun and was also Director at the Founder Institute in Lisbon. Pessanha majored in Business Administration at the New University of Lisbon. She also spent three years working at tech company TIMWETECH, in product marketing and business development.  

Plug and Play, the world’s largest startup accelerator, is a seed and early-stage investment firm. Based in Silicon Valley, Plug and Play invests in more than 160 of the 5,000 startups it reviews every year and runs industry-specific accelerator programs to help the startups it funds grow faster.

Established in 2011, iCamp is a startup incubator and accelerator.

Seedrocket 4Founders Capital is a business accelerator based in Barcelona. Established in 2017, it has invested in 60 startups including six exits. The accelerator provides promising startups with initial funding of €30,000–€50,000. Additional finance of up to €700,000 per company may also be available for the lifetime of the investment, in conjuction with other business angels and partners.

Established in 1995 by Sean O'Sullivan, SOSV is a venture capital firm with six attached accelerator programs. Upon receiving investment from SOSV, portfolio companies join one of the accelerator programs that best suits their products. The accelerators are: Chinaccelerator, focused on the Chinese market; Indie Bio, supporting biotechnology and life sciences companies; Food-X, for food-tech and agriculture-focused companies; dlab, which supports startups exploring blockchain and decentralized tech; HAX, for IoT, robotics and other hardware-focused startups; and MOX, an accelerator specializing in mobile platforms and technologies. SOSV, along with the O'Sullivan Foundation, has also provided support for education initiatives such as Khan Academy and CoderDojo (which teaches coding skills to youth).

Albert Bellonch is computer science engineer based in Barcelona. He is teacher and mentor in Ironhack, a coding bootcamp in web development, UX/UI design and data analytics.He has been involved in the founding and development of Itnig, a startup accelerator based in Barcelona. In this capacity, he has covered the roles of software engineer and CTO and today is one of Itnig's partners.In 2013, he co-founded Quipu, a cloud SaaS tool that automates invoicing and cash management for freelancers, SMEs and accounting firms. He covered the role of CTO until end of 2018, when he became VP of Engineering. 

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