IncuBus and PwC launch ‘Future of Work’ start-up Incubator

Initiative will support tech entrepreneurs with solutions to challenges in cyber security, artificial intelligence and smart offices

IncuBus Ventures – the start-up incubator on a bus – has announced the launch of its ‘Future of Work” incubator initiative and is calling for applications from start-ups in three “high-growth areas”: artificial intelligence, cyber security and smart office solutions.

Hosted by PwC, the 12-week programme will look to get early-stage tech start-ups ready for accelerators and funding rounds through a combination of mentor sessions, skills workshops and support services.

Applications open today in three stages: 10 applicants will be chosen for phase one, five for phase two and just three for phase three. The programme costs £3,000 which includes access to course content, desk space, and use of the bus for marketing purposes.

George Johnston, co-founder of IncuBus, commented:

“As business models and industries are destroyed by innovation, the only way to survive is to be at the forefront of creating new ones. This initiative will ensure the next generation of entrepreneurs have access to market and the support they need to realise the Future of Work.”

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