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Oracle Expands Startup Accelerator Program to Promote Global Cloud Innovation


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Oracle is opening new centers in Bristol, Delhi–NCR, Mumbai, Paris, São Paulo, Singapore, and Tel Aviv as part of its expanding Startup Cloud Accelerator program to spur cloud-enabled innovation.

Run by members of the Oracle research and development team, the program provides 6 months of mentoring from technical and business experts, state-of-the-art technology, a co-working space, access to Oracle customers, partners and investors, and free Oracle Cloud credits. It also offers an ever-expanding global network of startup peers.

The program, which launched its Bangalore pilot program in April 2016, attracted a diverse mix of applicants from hundreds of companies, and many participants have already seen success.

Oracle’s cloud stack provides startup developers with the building blocks to get started and scale as they pivot, expand, and change their businesses, whether they are three-tier or cloud-native, scale-up or scale-out. With a global footprint, Oracle delivers more than 50 integrated cloud services to support companies of all sizes.

The program, which launched its Bangalore pilot program in April 2016, attracted a diverse mix of applicants from hundreds of companies, and many participants have already seen success.

Oracle SVP of product development Reggie Bradford, a serial entrepreneur himself, will lead the program expansion alongside Oracle group VP of development Sanket Atal, who first launched the pilot program in India.

The Oracle Startup Cloud Accelerator is open to early-stage technology and technology-enabled startups.

The call for applications will open later in 2017 in each of the seven new hubs. Interested startups can sign up to receive more information at www.oracle.com/startup.


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