Frost & Sullivan is officially accepting Singapore applications for startup acceleration with Companies to Action

Prisca Akhaya
Frost & Sullivan is officially accepting Singapore applications for startup acceleration with Companies to Action

The 50-year old veteran opens its Companies to Action program and is accepting applications started on August 31 to September 21

Consultancy firm Frost & Sullivan announced that it has started its Companies to Action acceleration program, which kicked off in Singapore on Friday, August 31, 2018. For the Singapore event, the primary focus areas are open for Aerospace & Defense, Digital Transformation, Intelligent Mobility, Visionary Sciences, Electronics, Energy & Environment, and Transformational Health and Automation.

Startups can now submit their business plans to be considered for the program until September 21, 2018. Startups that make it to the shortlist will be invited to the Visionary Innovator event on October 5, 2018, in Singapore to pitch their technology, product, or service.

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The selected startups will be part of Frost & Sullivan’s Companies to Action (C2A) programme, allowing them to have the guidance of the accelerator’s senior management team. The selected applicants will also have access to Frost & Sullivan’s research and global network for the opportunity to improve their businesses.

The company has a 50 years old history in its portfolio, helping multinational companies, emerging businesses, public sectors, and the investment community, to tailor their growth strategies.

“With the acceleration program’s C2A, we aim to have a platform for both the start-ups and our traditional MNC clients to find their match. Our management team will be the advisor for the selected startups to guide them for their business strategy,” said Aroop Zutshi, Managing Partner & President at Frost & Sullivan.

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