Orange Fab Network for Startups Expands in Russia
Orange Fab, the Orange Group’s international accelerator for startups, has now launched in Russia. Startups now have access to 17 Orange Fab programs globally.
Orange Fab in Russia will offer selected startups specific support to accelerate their development in Russia, as well as internationally, leveraging the worldwide presence of Orange.
Orange Fab in Russia will involve technology startups in their programs focused on artificial intelligence, big data analytics, solutions for the Internet of Things, next-generation network, and cloud technologies.
“Our mission at Orange Business Services is to help our customers reveal and shape their innovation, which will allow them to differentiate and outperform in their specific markets,” said Helmut Reisinger, CEO of Orange Business Services.
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Orange has been accelerating and developing innovative startups internationally since 2013 through its Orange Fab program, present in the most dynamic digital ecosystems, such as the U.S., Israel, Japan, South Korea, France, and Senegal.
During the three-month acceleration period, Orange will help develop products and services, while offering startups logistical support, access to its markets and its partners’ markets, or even funding.
According to the company, more than 400 startups have benefited from Orange Fab’s support so far. And over 1,000 startups are supported by Orange through various programs.