Bright Pixel and Founder Institute

It’s safe to say that 2018 is a year of cooperation for BRPX. Starting with opening a Bright Pixel branch in Porto (Reactor), closing a partnership with Startup Braga, making a substantial investment in Jscrambler, and joining a global network of the most relevant idea-stage acceleration program: Founder Institute. And it’s only March.

BRPX CEO Celso Martinho with Founder Institute CEO Adeo Ressi debating on the future of Venturing Models in our Chiado office. March 1st, 2018.

Bright Pixel will soon celebrate it’s 2nd birthday, and we are proud to say that we’re meeting our expectations by growing fast. Our team of executives cater to the entrepreneurial side: Incubation and Investment and, on the other hand, The Labs Team is on top of developing amazing tech projects portfolio. Bright Pixel’s premise was always to connect emerging technologies, entrepreneurship, and corporates to innovate together.

What we’ve learned so far, is that true entrepreneurs do not grow on trees. They are a rare breed.

That’s why our attention was drawn to the Founder Institute course. Their program starts with a test specifically designed by a team of specialists to detect if the applying individual exhibits signs of an entrepreneur. Take the test for free before March 18. Which is the date for early course admissions, entailing a discount. The application process ends April 22 and the course starts in May.

It consists of 14 sessions, covering various subjects — a program that proved itself very successful all around the world. In a nutshell, everything you need to know to start a startup, with exclusive sessions lead by experienced mentors guiding you every step of the way.

To spice things up, Bright Pixel is setting up a €5,000 award for the most interesting and promising project in that course, in the area of RETAIL, TELCO or CYBERSECURITY.

A map of the global Founder Institute network.

Get excited, take the test, and release your inner entrepreneur!

Good luck!

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