The SKTA Innovation Accelerator for Core Technology

September 8, 2014
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Developing Core Technology? The SKTA Innovation Accelerator may have a space for you

Anil Mahavadi, Investments and Strategic Partnerships Summer Analyst at SK Telecom Americas (the North American business arm of SKTA), describes the SKTA Innovation Accelerator opportunity for entrepreneurs during his presentation at the July 2014 Health 2.0 Silicon Vally monthly meet-up.

The SKTA Innovation Accelerator seeds core technology startups to create and manage the essential data center. It matches entrepreneurs with the industry’s leading strategic partners and provides initial funding of up to $1 million as a combination of working capital, state of the art facilities, development tools and professional services. The innovation accelerator has space for 11 startups. The accelerator is located in Sunnyvale, California.

Some of the health care topic areas of interest include innovative biochemical sensors, enterprise telemedicine platforms, unique medical devices, and novel materials or fabrication processes.

Specific features of interest are core IP (pending or granted patents or trade secrets) and being well beyond an iteration on existing solutions. Innovation is KEY!

If interested in learning more, send your non-confidential material for review to [email protected] or email [email protected].

Don’t forget to watch the video.

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This video is under BY-ND creative commons.

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