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Level Up accelerates to the next stage

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The second cohort of our Level Up accelerator program has started, with 6 businesses ready to blast their business to the next level.

The businesses enrolled on our accelerator will all get business support from M-SParc to help their businesses launch, take them to the next stage, and grow their economic impact!

Throughout this program, the businesses will receive 1-to-1 mentoring, group mentoring, and potential investment opportunities. This concludes with a showcase event, where the businesses can pitch their business plan to a room of peers and investors, requesting funding or mentoring to continue their Level Up journey!

 
Olu presenting the second cohort in our 'This is M-SParc' event
Anna Burke from Animated Technologies
 

Our previous cohort was successful and all businesses continued to grow their businesses, further using the knowledge they gained on the accelerator to grow, commercialize, and employ.

The companies lucky enough to receive support on this cohort are Animated Technologies, PlantSea, Fortytwoable, Critterverse Ltd, Spontza Ltd and Real Ice Development Company Limited. A shortlist for the third cohort is already taking shape!

 
Mark Makin from Sponza
Joshua Roberts from the Real Ice Development Company Limited

The second cohort have already had a chance to get together at our ‘This is M-SParc’ events for tenants, where they were able to start building up their business network and identifying opportunities for collaboration.

We wish them well on this journey and can’t wait to share their progress with you as they go!

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Tom Burke

Digital Innovation Manager

tom@m-sparc.com

Tom used to work at the KFC in his hometown of Colwyn Bay before it mysteriously burned down. He then spent several years “on the lam” in East Germany, where he worked as an animator in Berlin. When the wall fell, Tom came home.

He enjoys climbing and hates ice-skating.