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

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.

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.

SkyDeck is the official startup accelerator of University of California, Berkeley in the US. It was established to commercialize the university’s research arm and startup ventures of its alumni. It provides non-equity funding assistance, mentorship and networking opportunities, as well as specialist resources for not-for-profit ventures.

Founded in 2011, StartUp Health is a New-York based accelerator. Chaired by former Time Warner CEO Jerry Levin, the platform is reputed to have the world’s largest portfolio of digital health companies spanning 12 countries. StartUp Health also runs the StartUp Health Academy, StartUp Health Network, StartUp Health Ventures and StartUp Health Media. Investment partners include Novartis, Ping An Group, Otsuka, Chiesi Group, Masimo and GuideWell, all of whom contributed to the US$31-million StartUp Health Transformer Fund II in 2018. StartUp Health has managed 15 exits and invested in more than 250 companies.

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.

InnoSpace is a startup service platform focusing on the early stage incubation of internet/mobile internet companies, with RMB angel funds and two 3-month startup accelerator programs each year. InnoSpace has helped its projects raise about RMB 600 million in total and is one of the four incubator partners of Intel in China.

500 Startups is a global venture capital seed fund and startup accelerator based in Silicon Valley.

Established in 2014, WOW Aceleradora is a startup accelerator based in Porto Alegre, Brazil. It has invested over BR$8 million (US$2.1 million) through its network of 170 angel investors, specializing in tech companies.

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.  

Centro para el Desarollo Tecnológico Industrial (CDTI) is a Spanish government startup accelerator under the Ministry of Science, Education and Universities. Based in Madrid, it has invested in 13 startups since 2015, predominantly focusing on scientific enterprises.

Graphic and UI/UX designer Miguel Jesus is a graduate from Aveiro University, the alma mater of TOPDOX co-founder Nelson Pereira. Both men had also worked at INEGI Porto before becoming entrpreneurs. In 2012, the two friends co-founded startup TOP Research that participated in Rockstart's accelerator program in 2014 and pivoted into TOPDOX. However, since the demise of TOPDOX in December 2017, Jesus is now working as lead designer at Swiss food sustainability platform Foodways. In 2018, the university mates have co-founded another tech startup ikuTeam, with Jesus as lead designer. The file-sharing platform is part of Atlassian Marketplace.

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.

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