Miami is rapidly becoming a thriving hub for technology startups and innovation. Base Miami, Mana Tech, and ASELA USA will offer a month-long training program for 12 selected startups. The program will equip the startups with the knowledge and tools required to thrive in the US ecosystem.
Base Miami is a Market Entry Accelerator dedicated to supporting startups in the growing Miami ecosystem. Mana Tech is the technology-focused arm of Mana Common, an initiative aiming to grow the tech ecosystem in Miami. ASELA USA is an international entrepreneurs non-profit association that helps its 200,000 member companies to thrive in the Americas ecosystem.
The month-long Bootcamp will offer networking opportunities, training and learning sessions, and one-to-one coaching with Market Entry experts. Various leading experts in the field will take part in the project to offer their knowledge and experience.
“We have been working with Latin American companies for over 20 years now. We know how to accelerate their learning curves for successful US market entry. The rise of the Miami Tech movement and increasing migrations to the city are creating the perfect environment for Latin American companies to move here. This is what prompted us to launch this Market Entry Bootcamp in partnership with Mana Tech and ASELA USA,” said Charly Esnal, co-founder of Base Miami.
The deadline for Bootcamp applications is June 25th. For more information on how to enroll, visit https://bootcamp.base.miami.