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Startmate Founder’s Fellowship Closes Soon


Applications for Startmate’s Founders’ Fellowship close Sunday 6 June 2021. The Founders’ Fellowship has been built to dismantle the barriers founders face when launching a startup. The fellowship will host talented and passionate founders through a cohort-based program for early-stage Australian startups.  

Startmate is an Australian startup accelerator supporting ambitious founders to scale their early-stage ventures. Startmate runs two accelerator cohorts a year with a community of venture capitalists, mentors and alumni. With a ‘customer-first’ mindset, Startmate helps founders from a multitude of backgrounds gain the network and skills needed to thrive in the startup eco-system. 

The Fellowship  

The program, which will run from 5 July to 15 November, will be presented by Startmate’s Head of Accelerator Sascha Kerbert. Over the course of the 20-week program, pre-accelerator phase founders and early-stage Australian startups will be connected with mentorship, investment, funding and networking opportunities. Participants seeking co-founders will also have the opportunity to meet potential candidates. 

The Application Process 

The program costs $1,000 + GST if you are working full time; or if you are dedicated full time to founding your company ­– the program is free. 

If you would like you apply for the fellowship you can do so using the link.

Need help? Contact us

There are many opportunities for founders and Australian startups looking to break into the startup ecosystem. At Allied Legal we can assist you in locating programs, grants and accelerators, as well as help you with all the legal necessities required when launching your startup. If you would like to find out more, give us a call on 03 8691 3111 or send us an email at hello@alliedlegal.com.au. 

You might also like our article The Business Competitiveness Program Assisting Victorian Manufacturers.  

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