Apply to IE's Incubator in Area 31!At the heart of IE Business School's startup ecosystem
The Incubator in Area 31 is at the very heart of IE Business School's global entrepreneurship ecosystem. Recieve free office space, mentoring, training and extensive networking opportunities. Overall, startups in our Incubator have access to up to $150,000 worth of services. Our partners include Microsoft, Amazon Web Services, Paypal/Braintree, IBM, several law firms and online marketing service providers.
Announcing the Selected Teams for the 7th Edition of IE’s Startup Incubator in Area 31At the heart of IE Business School's startup ecosystem
KOIKI, DESIGN BY PANA, BLITAB and MARIOWAY winners of the Social Innovation Tournament 2015Koiki, from Area 31, IE Business School incubator in Spain, and Design by Pana, from Albania, have been awarded the first and second prizes in the fourth edition of the Social Innovation Tournament
Sixteen finalists from ten countries had initially been selected for the Tournament from 342 proposals submitted by applicants from 29 countries – the largest ever number for the SIT. Over two days in July, the finalists participated in a mentoring Bootcamp in Madrid, organised in cooperation with the IE Business School, in which experts offered practical advice aimed at improving all aspects of each project.
VENTURE DAY MADRID APRIL 14thFinTech Vertical + IE Venture Lab Teams
IE Business School, Santander InnoVentures and Accenture would like to invite you to participate in our FinTech Venture Day on April 14th, 2016, which will take place in Madrid at the Fundación Rafael del Pino Auditorium.
Pasion> ie opens 5th edition to the most innovative entrepreneurs!The program, promoted by Accenture and IE Business School, has the support of Abbvie, Ayuntamiento de Madrid, Endesa, Carrefour, Correos, Ferrovial, Makro, Rousaud Costas Duran, SERMAS and Zurich
Accenture España and IE Business School have launched the 5th edition of the Pasion>ie competition, an initiative designed to serve as an interface between the “innovative community” and the corporate world with a view to fostering innovative projects that can make a real contribution to economic and social development.
Women Resilient Cities CompetitionThe World Bank is organizing WE’Resilient Cities, a start-up competition to encourage innovative female-run business solutions to urban risk in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
Women or women-led teams from three cities in MENA – Cairo, Beirut and Djibouti – will present high impact business solutions to clearly identified city risks.