Design Terminal launches spring mentor program
Out of the 70 startups from the creative industry who submitted applications to participate in Design Terminal’s second mentor program, six were chosen. These include: Do3D, Dori Tomcsányi, Paprikum, Studio Nomad, AP Faktura and November, the urban design institute announced today in a press release.
In the framework of the program, the enlisted entrepreneurs will participate in a professional fair which will give them exposure to networking opportunities and to determine how valid their products are in their chosen market.
The program is being supervised by a professional team of ten mentors and professional consultants. The partners of Design Terminal include Assessment Systems, Hipavilon Nonprofit Kft. and lawfirm Kinstellar Ügyvédi Iroda.
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