Calling all Scottish entrepreneurs: Dell wants to help you build your business
Dell today announced the launch of its Entrepreneurial Growth Programme in Scotland. Entrepreneurs and small businesses based in Scotland are encouraged to apply via an online submission form to qualify for a package of technology, training and support. During an assessment process that includes interviews and presentations; successful businesses will be selected to enter the year-long programme.
The successful entrepreneurs will receive: Dell technology, including award winning laptops and related hardware; training and mentorship designed specifically to help a scale-up ignite to the next level and access to Dell Scotland internal and external events – providing networking and marketing opportunities.
Interested businesses are encouraged to submit a 500 word elevator pitch, a video detailing why they want to work with Dell and an executive summary of their business plan. All submissions will be assessed and the successful shortlisted companies will be invited to present to Dell Executives. The selected businesses will be announced in July and will enter the programme in August 2016.
A number of Dell initiatives are available globally to give small businesses the ability to leverage Dell to accelerate their market strategy, taking their business to the next level. The Scotland Entrepreneurial Support Programme is an initiative that brings this intention to life for local entrepreneurs.
“Entrepreneurship is in Dell’s DNA,” comments Mark White, Dell Scotland Site Lead. “Our customers, staff and partners in Scotland all embody the entrepreneurial spirit that is so valuable for Dell and the economy. I can’t wait to meet the successful businesses that will enter this programme and I look forward to helping them grow and succeed.”
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