Intel ignites new start-up accelerator in Munich
Updated: Aug 5, 2022
Intel is looking for exceptional deep-tech start-ups to join its Ignite accelerator in Germany next month.
Intel Ignite, the early-stage start-up programme built by Intel, is coming to Munich in April. A select 10 start-ups will participate in the 12-week programme, which will offer mentorship from both Intel and industry experts.
The first Intel Ignite programme ran in Tel Aviv. The programme has cycled through three cohorts in the Israeli city so far, and has seen graduate start-ups raise a combined $200m.
The programme targets start-ups at pre-Series A stage and Zack Weisfeld, general manager and head of Ignite, said the selection process is “rigorous”. To date, more than 600 start-ups have applied and just 28 have been accepted.