Fountech.Ventures aims to support deep tech startups, including those working with artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, quantum computing and blockchain.
Jane Imrie

‘Next generation’ deep tech startup incubator launches in UK

An incubator which aims to support deep tech startups has officially launched today in the UK.

Fountech.Ventures, a subsidiary of Fountech.ai, has launched simultaneously in both the UK and the US.

Originating in London, Fountech.Ventures aims to support deep tech startups, including those working with artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, quantum computing and blockchain.

As well as supporting new ventures with tailored programmes, the company will invest from pre-seed level through to Series B funding.

Nikolas Kairinos, CEO and founder of Fountech.Ventures’ parent company Fountech.ai, commented: “We are delighted to unveil Fountech.Ventures today.

“This next gen incubator is going to propel the growth of deep tech startups across both sides of the Atlantic.

“In doing so, we will enable innovative leading edge tech solutions to thrive and consequently improve the lives of consumers, businesses and societies.”

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