Recently, we announced that applications were open for the 2nd cohort of Safe x Connected Cities Accelerator in partnership with Aviva Canada. The focus is on road safety, and we’re now looking for great startups to join the program in 2021. On December 2nd, we will be hosting an information session to share more details […]
We’re excited to announce that the Safe x Connected Cities Accelerator we launched in partnership with Aviva Canada is now open for applications. Our focus remains on road safety, but with an eye to the impact of COVID-19. We’ve added a new challenge under the broader topic of road safety: The New Normal. As our cities adapt to COVID-19, we’re interested in solutions that support increased pedestrian traffic, social distancing while traveling, enhancements to public transit and more.
Intuit Canada, a leading global financial platform company known for products such as TurboTax, QuickBooks and Mint, and Highline Beta, a venture studio and venture capital firm, today announced the inaugural cohort of eight startups that have been welcomed to the Intuit Prosperity Accelerator. Selected startups of the Intuit Prosperity Accelerator, powered by Highline Beta, will pilot innovative tech solutions positioned to help Canadian small businesses and consumers address urgent financial health challenges that have been advanced due to COVID-19.
In line with our commitment to connecting startup founders with resources and opportunities they need to grow, we have partnered with SAAS NORTH to offer all startups who apply to the Intuit Prosperity Accelerator a chance to win 1 of 20 free tickets to SAAS NORTH NOW.
Intuit Canada launches accelerator with Highline Beta to power future-forward financial prosperity for Canadians
Intuit Canada has partnered with Highline Beta to launch the Intuit Prosperity Accelerator, where startups will help solve financial challenges that consumers, self-employed and small businesses face in the wake of COVID-19.
How AB InBev approaches innovation and continued success at ZX Ventures: Highline Beta talks “venture shop” with Global Manager, Alexandra Savona, Global Manager overseeing early stage organic ventures at ZX Ventures, AB InBev’s disruptive growth and venture arm.
Ashish Gadnis is the Co-Founder and CEO at BanQu Inc., a software company that’s helping unbanked populations in developing countries to build financial identities using its Blockchain technology. Since joining Anheuser-Busch InBev’s 100+ Sustainability Accelerator powered by Highline Beta – the company has achieved an impressive 100% growth rate (onboarding 300,000 last-mile-first-mile – up from 3000 in 2017), and developed partnerships with big players like Nestle, IDB, RSM Spain and Japan Tobacco.
AB InBev, the world’s largest brewer and its 100+ Sustainability Accelerator powered by Highline Beta is a great example of corporate-startup collaboration.
Making Corporate and Startup Collaboration Work: 5 suggestions to accelerate new business partnerships
Some say it’s extremely difficult for large companies and startups to work together. We believe it’s a matter of rethinking the relationship between them to succeed. At Highline Beta, we aim to unlock the unfair advantage for both sides and accelerate net new growth.
AB InBev, the world’s largest brewer, launched 100+ Sustainability Accelerator. Powered by Highline Beta, this global program challenges startups to deliver and scale their green initiatives worldwide to unlock exponential impact.