At Startacus we love to celebrate startups. The Innovative. The ground-breaking. The inspiring!
One of the ways that we do this is through our long-running ‘Startup of the Week’ awards, which have taken place over the past 3 years. Every week, the team at Startacus HQ select a startup which we feel best demonstrates our community ethos of innovation and progressive entrepreneurship.
What do the winners get?
If you are chosen as our startup of the week, we will write and publish a little feature about your Startup, highlighting it to our community of startups and audience of entrepreneurs, accelerators, investors, and those generally interested in all things entrepreneurship!
How do we select our weekly winner?
We spend a huge amount of time engaging with startups from our community and many of the winners are therefore selected from these. But we also sometimes choose startups which we have come across in other ways, for example having met them at events or discovered them online.
The best way that you can get noticed by the team is to join our community and add your startup into our showcasing area. It is completely free and will give you the opportunity to learn, share, and connect with other startups, entrepreneurs, mentors, experts, and investors. Being part of our community will also give you access to some terrific business-themed deals, ticket giveaways, special discounts, and lots more!
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