Early-stage startups can now apply for CRL’s hardware accelerator

Published 14 June 2017

Posted by Tanya Weaver

Article tagged with: start-ups, funding, startups, accelerator, hardware accelerator, crl

One of the CRL accelerator alumni is Do It Kits by Helen Steer

The six-month hardware accelerator programme from London-based Central Research Laboratory (CRL) will help hardware startups take their vision for a product and make it a reality.

During this intensive programme CRL will offer mentorship, workshop facilities including prototyping materials, a trip to Shenzhen to meet with manufacturing partners, £5,000 startup grant and up to £100,000 in seed investment. In exchange, CRL ask for a 3% equity stake in your business.

To qualify you’ll need a working prototype, two or more team members, desire to build a scalable product based business and a business model displaying genuine innovation.

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