Novum Global Ventures launches Blockchain Accelerator for startups

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Blockchain technology firm said that it has launched accelerator program called Novum Global Accelerator, a 3-month program that will engage startups, allowing them access to resources including mentors and best practices in launching a company.

The Singapore based firm that deals in end-to-end solutions for startups focusing on skills needed to develop their business via fundraising, marketing, announced is headed by Ventures Chairman Chris Low, and CEO Victor Chow, both are serial entrepreneurs with strong backgrounds in fundraising, fintech, and business development. Chow was founding CEO of Singapore-based Fintech Accelerator INSPIRASIA.

The company informed that Novum Global Accelerator is a 3-month program that will engage startups, allowing them access to extensive resources including experienced mentors and best practices in launching a company. The program is aimed at maximizing company operations and pushing them to outperform. The Accelerator program will also offer informative workshops, sharing sessions, access to industry partners, investor introductions and access to their list of experts in their industry.

“Our accelerator program was created to help the many innovative startups we are seeing in the marketplace,” said Chris Low, Chairman at Novum Global Ventures. “There is a plethora of talent out there that needs assistance in helping them to get in front of the right people for funding, and to develop their business structure to make it that much more marketable and equitable especially in the blockchain space which is very competitive.”

Applications is opened until 30th March 2019.

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