The Geovation Accelerator Programme has welcomed six new startups onto the scheme from across the geotech and proptech sectors.
Jane Imrie

Six startups set for growth with geotech accelerator scheme

A London-based accelerator programme has announced its new cohort for the next 12 months.

The Geovation Accelerator Programme has welcomed six new startups onto the scheme from across the geotech and proptech sectors.

Geotech firms such as support tool Visually Impaired People (VIP), travel app Emma.ai and AI-driven archaeological specialist ArchEo have all been accepted onto the programme.

In addition a range of proptechs have begun the scheme, including geospatial data specialist Building Passport, holiday bidding marketplace OneStay and leasehold platform Occubly have made the latest cohort.

Alex Wrottesley, head of Geovation, commented: “ Although we are currently going through unprecedented times during Covid-19, we have everything in place for our new cohort to begin the Geovation Accelerator Programme virtually.

“Our programme offers a founder-friendly environment and is designed to help founders grow their startups in a way that suits their needs.

“We’re looking forward to working with our six new cohorts and I am excited to see what the future holds for them.”

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