The Geovation Accelerator Programme, backed by Ordnance Survey and HM Land Registry, is open for applications! We’re seeking early stage startups that use location and/or property data in innovative ways to join the next cohort of our Programme.
There are two tracks of the Accelerator Programme startups can apply to, GeoTech and PropTech.
Deadline to apply is 30 August 2021 at 23:59 (BST).
The GeoTech track of our Accelerator Programme is supported by Ordnance Survey. Apply to the GeoTech track if you’re an early stage startup using location data in creative ways to provide products and services.
The PropTech track of the Accelerator Programme is run in partnership with HM Land Registry. The PropTech track is seeking startups ready to revolutionise the property sector through using property and geospatial data to apply.
Virtual events covering everything from data and industry insights to meet & greets and business development.
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Keep up to date with news from around the community, the startups we support and from across Geovation through our blog.
The Geovation Scotland Programme is a funded accelerator launched in partnership with Registers of Scotland. It offers the opportunity for location and property technology start-ups to develop their businesses for up to 12 months. Applications for our Autumn 2021 Accelerator have now opened, for more information about applying to the programme please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your startup needs location or property data and expertise to succeed, Geovation is the place for you. Through our accelerator programmes, community events and hands-on development resources, our team will help guide you from initial vision to sustainable growth. Our success is measured by the success of our startups – so we’ll always provide impartial guidance to help you realise your goals.
As an initiative of Ordnance Survey and HM Land Registry we provide supported access to public datasets – detailed maps and addressing, ownership information, valuations and much more. Working with startups helps us understand how to unlock greater value from these national data assets – and helps us guide the nation’s future location-data roadmap.
We’ve helped lots of great companies launch and grow, solving real-world challenges and building new markets.
Ed Leon-Klinger, CEO, Flock