Dell are launching the search for its next Startup-in-Residence, offering UK startups the opportunity to accelerate their growth with 1 years free office space, access to technology solutions, mentorship, and networking opportunities. Do you have what it takes?

A Dell for Entrepreneurs initiative, the Startup-in-Residence programme was first launched in December 2013, offering two winning startups a one or two year residency, respectively, at the Dell Bracknell headquarters. iNovar, a startup that connects users with their desktops on-the-move, was selected for the one-year residency which will come to an end this year, opening up a vacancy. This year’s winner will join Dell’s other current Startup-in-Residence, innovative email company, Fantoo.

According to Maisha Frost, small business correspondent for the Daily Express, said: “The tangible factors delivered by the Startup-in-Residence programme — free office rental and access to both equipment and Dell’s experts, with their glo...
Dell are launching the search for its next Startup-in-Residence, offering UK startups the opportunity to accelerate their growth with 1 years free office space, access to technology solutions, mentorship, and networking opportunities. Do you have what it takes?

A Dell for Entrepreneurs initiative, the Startup-in-Residence programme was first launched in December 2013, offering two winning startups a one or two year residency, respectively, at the Dell Bracknell headquarters. iNovar, a startup that connects users with their desktops on-the-move, was selected for the one-year residency which will come to an end this year, opening up a vacancy. This year’s winner will join Dell’s other current Startup-in-Residence, innovative email company, Fantoo.

According to Maisha Frost, small business correspondent for the Daily Express, said: “The tangible factors delivered by the Startup-in-Residence programme — free office rental and access to both equipment and Dell’s experts, with their global market views and contacts — make it a successful model for both sides in the partnership, and one which other corporations might consider”.

British startups have until March 31 to apply, completing the below form, to gain a one year residency at Dell’s Bracknell headquarters, including access to IT and access to Dell’s leadership and marketing teams. Applications will be reviewed by a panel of senior leaders at Dell including Tim Griffin and Sarah Shields, executive director and general manager, Dell UK, with finalists then invited to a short live pitch at Dell House in Bracknell.

The winning startup will take up residency at the Dell offices in September, 2015.
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