Digital Future Launches New Program to Help Early-Stage Startups

For early-stage startups, it can be difficult to navigate the current business landscape. Shaped so heavily by tech and business market trends, finding the time to master necessary technical skills is often an arduous task.

Today, Digital Future announced the launch of their new program, Tech Excellence, to assist early-stage startups in developing their products and scaling them globally. With this program, the goal is to bring out new startups’ full growth potential and provide them with solutions for reaching customers and getting technical assistance with software development, which can be both costly and difficult to learn for early-stage startups. By lessening the burden of technical support and providing other resources, new startups are given a tremendous opportunity to focus solely on their products and customer outreach.

“We are looking for talented fast-growing startup teams to help them boost their confidence in developing advanced software and help them enhance their presence on global arena,” said Digital Future founder, Oleksii Vitchenko, in a statement. “While keeping ourselves committed to helping Eastern European startups, we are always ready to consider new highly ambitious teams from around the world that want to implement exciting ideas in digital space. We hope that the selected teams would boost their tech skills during the [Tech Excellence] to focus on developing and scaling their products. By launching this program we also want to create active startup community, connect entrepreneurs from different geography and backgrounds to strengthen entrepreneurial diversity.”

Tech Excellence Program participants are able to partake in a variety of unique benefits, which include: an “unlimited number of investments of $50,000 each into the most promising technology (the number of winners will be defined by the international jury committee)”; a six-month mentoring program, to begin in the Q3 of this year; and regular mentoring sessions with “seasoned technology mentors” – just to name a few.

The program was announced today at this year’s Collision Conference in New Orleans, LA. For more information on the Tech Excellence Program, you can visit the Digital Future website or stop booth #B1 at Collision.

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