Are you aiming to establish a successful business in the field of communications? Then you should take a look and apply at the recently launched WARP Future Communication program for startups. It’s an initiative by hub:raum (the Deutsche Telekom startup incubator) offering unique opportunities in the area of communications.
According to current AngelList data, today in the world, there are about 2.9 million startups. But only a minority of startups actually survive beyond 3 years. Luckily, there are ways to increase the likelihood of making it long-term. This is where the WARP Future Communication program comes into play, with the goal to provide expert support and valuable contacts to a selected group of startups.
There are four well-known pillars for building a successful tech startup: an innovative idea, a broad range of knowledge, technical and financial resources, and execution. It seems simple – but in reality, it’s a true challenge to combine creativity with knowledge and experience in a wide range of areas (to mention just a few: management, going to market, sales, customer service, etc.) – along with having a well-functioning technical platform and support. Taking into account that 80% of successful startups have multiple founders, involving a large, well-established corporation with appropriate resources, plus a startup accelerator with unique knowledge, can not only successfully bring the idea to life – but even more importantly – bring that idea to the market.
hub:raum and Deutsche Telekom are now inviting startups from across Europe to the new WARP Future Communication program, which aims to develop innovative communication services by offering the opportunity to accelerate the business and go to market with strong corporate partners.
WARP Future Communication is designed for startups with innovative ideas in communications and related areas such as speech recognition, parental control, artificial intelligence (AI), voice-based messaging, digital life and generally enriched voice and video communication experience. The program provides a mixture of all the tools and resources startups need to develop, scale, and commercialize their services, including both technical and business support. WARP Future Communication offers the technical platform, network, and know-how for startups – and provides a unique opportunity to go to market.
Don’t miss your chance and apply until April 30 here!
And if you want to learn more about the program, its vision and the technical possibilities – check out the recorded program pitch below: