inRes :: Very early stage acceleration program for entrepreneurial teams working in ICT in Portugal

CMU Portugal Team on Tour to Present inRes to Entrepreneurs

inRes roadshow beta i 2 Are you starting a new business?  Have you proven technical feasibility?  Have you had interaction with your target industry? Is your business project based on Information and Communication Technologies? Would you like to improve and advance your business project, and learn from leading Entrepreneurship experts in Portugal, Pittsburgh and Silicon Valley? – These were the questions asked to entrepreneurs around the country during the 2016 inRes Roadshow. The goal was to present this CMU Portugal Program (CMU Portugal) initiative and to attract talented teams with innovative ideas interested in applying.
 

Between April and May 2016, CMU Portugal Team, led by the National Director of the Program, João Claro, and some of the inRes teams of previous editions presented this very early stage acceleration program at UPTEC (Porto), Beta-I (Lisbon), IPN (Coimbra) and INESC TEC (Porto) to present this very early stage acceleration program.
In the scope of the 2015 and the 2014 Editions of inRes , eight teams of entrepreneurs – Adapttech, Playsketch, Sceelix, Scraim, AddVolt, Displr, Followprice and Xhockware – leveraged the international partnership established through the CMU Portugal to access and be immersed in the highly dynamic entrepreneurial ecosystems of Carnegie Mellon University, in Pittsburgh and in Silicon Valley.

inRes roadshow UPTEC   inRes roadshow INESC TEC 
 inRes roadshow beta i    inRes roadshow IPN  

inRes is a very early stage acceleration program for Portuguese entrepreneurial teams working in Information and Communication Technologies, in Portugal. Offered by the CMU Portugal Program, which is funded by Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia, inRes provides a training period in Portugal, followed by a seven-week structured immersion period in Pittsburgh, in the U.S., anchored at Carnegie Mellon University.   

 

June 2016