We are looking for creatives to benefit from CultTech Accelerator startups’ emerging solutions.
Batch #1 of eight startups kicked off in late April 2022 and is now in action.
From the start we aim to support a sustainable CultTech movement and so we are launching a collaboration project for Batch #1 startups and creative minds (artists, producers, cultural entrepreneurs and institutions).
We want CultTech startups to make as much impact as possible for cultural players around the world.
Free and fully managed cooperation for selected candidates with one of the eight Batch#1 startups.
Here are the tech solutions proposed by Batch #1 startups.
Read more about them on a page about Accelerator participants.
Sustainable NFT marketplace for fine art and fashion.
Social curation platform for all types of creative content (video/ audio/ texts).
Online library and editor for interactive sheet music.
New musical instrument based on an easy-to-customize touchscreen.
AI-app which helps to improve mental health while discovering art.
Social marketplace for live events.
NFT marketplace for music and new models of royalty connected.
AI-based design tool for cultural heritage ornaments and patterns.
We invite artists, producers, cultural entrepreneurs and organizations worldwide to collaborate with the Batch #1 startups.
Collaboration is free.
Apply for collaboration if you see how one of the technologies described may be beneficial to your own creative projects.
All applicants should explain in the application form how startup technology can help their aspirations.
By collaborating with a startup, partners join the CultTech ecosystem with other creatives, startups, investors and institutions.
Even if you apply and do not participate in this collaboration, you still become part of the community. The Accelerator team works with various CultTech companies and Accelerator Batch#2 is already planned, so we will be able to offer new opportunities in the future.
The Accelerator team will undertake the management of the collaboration during the Accelerator program, but this may be only the beginning of long-term collaboration beyond it.
The Accelerator is based in Vienna, Austria, and the participating startups come from France, Germany, Spain, Estonia and Sweden.