Application open for Design Terminalʼs spring mentor program


Design Terminal has announced the opening of the application process for its spring mentoring program, looking for startups that are profit-oriented yet offer services beneficial to society, says a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

The selected startups will take part in a three-month development program, and may work together with international companies such as BlackRock and Knorr-Bremse. Design Terminal offers assistance in product and business development, communications, sales, and financial planning. The startups will get advice based on their organizational and legal background.

The mentoring team consists of several domestic and international experts. The mentoring process involves workshops, face-to-face discussions, as well as community building and leisure activities. Furthermore, the teams will be provided a community office, may receive stipends, and the opportunity to get to know the best investors from Hungary and abroad, as well as large enterprises.

Female entrepreneurs, new mothers, and mothers with small children who are among the startup founders who get selected for the program will get extra stipends this spring. 

Application is open on Design Terminalʼs website until February 18.


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