NewCampus, an OC Alliance member, is proposing to establish and operate the Open Campus Accelerator, also known as OC-X, a program designed to onboard 100 education companies into the Open Campus ecosystem within the next 18 months. For more information about NewCampus, see “Appendix 1: About NewCampus”.
Our primary objective is to onboard and educate innovative education businesses, integrating them into the Open Campus ecosystem to train and educate them on the transformative potential of $EDU and publisher NFTs. Through OC-X, these companies will automatically gain entry to the OC Alliance, giving them access to an extensive web2 and web3 network as a source of mentorship and support.
We propose OC-X to be a cohort-based program with a structured curriculum covering topics ranging from learning about Web3 concepts to technical topics around how to integrate of $EDU and Publisher NFTs into each participant’s business. For a hypothetical case study illustrating the typical participant company profile and motivation for joining OC-X, see “Appendix 2: Example Case Study”.
We also propose to establish the OC-X Committee, composed of community members and representatives from Open Campus’ strategic partners, including Animoca Brands and NewCampus. This committee will have the responsibility and discretion to vet and select participants to OC-X.
In addition to the adoption of $EDU, we believe that the OC-X Accelerator will unlock opportunities for the Open Campus community to engage in dialogue with seasoned leaders in the education sector to discover new commercial opportunities to inform Open Campus’ future protocol development.
NewCampus has always been driven by a bold vision: democratizing business education and making it accessible to learners in emerging markets. As we continue to grow, we realize the immense potential to reshape the learning landscape and leverage technology for greater effectiveness and inclusivity.
That’s why we’re incredibly excited to spearhead the Open Campus Accelerator, a groundbreaking initiative that allows us to make a significant impact. By collaborating with the first 100 organizations, we have the opportunity to reach millions of learners, businesses, and governments, transforming the education ecosystem as we know it. At NewCampus, we thrive on pushing boundaries and exploring new frontiers, including AI and Web3, as we strive to revolutionize an industry that has been resistant to change for far too long.
We share Open Campus’ vision of a decentralized future in education and believe that it can be a platform empowering companies to solve pertinent business problems in the education sector with Web3 and blockchain technologies. However, the vast majority of education organizations today still know little about Web3 and how they can benefit from it. OC-X changes that, enabling forward-thinking education leaders to receive the training required to accelerate $EDU adoption within their organizations in actionable, meaningful ways.
We hope that through OC-X, the Open Campus community and participants will be able to explore innovative education use cases with blockchain and unlock new opportunities within the Open Campus protocol. See examples in “Appendix 3: Examples of $EDU Use Cases to be Promoted”.
- Total accelerator funding: US$10,000,000 in $EDU from the Ecosystem Fund, to be released from the Open Campus DAO Multisig to a wallet controlled by NewCampus at intervals, each upon the commencement of each cohort. Each tranche will release US$1,000,000 worth of $EDU to the wallet controlled by NewCampus, with the price of $EDU at the start of each cohort used to determine the precise number of $EDU released. NewCampus shall then disburse the funds to participants.
- Program structure:
- 6 week enterprise-focused accelerator program
- Companies will be required to attend all training sessions according to the Program Curriculum
- Cohort details: 10 cohorts in total, 10 companies per cohort
- Funding model:
- Loans of up to US$100,000 in $EDU per participant company
- Interest rate of 3% APR
- Principal and interest to be repaid over 12 months
- The OC-X Committee has the right to revise the funding model from time to time as deemed necessary or appropriate based on market conditions
- Selection process: Rolling applications to be vetted by the OC-X Committee on a monthly basis
The OC-X Committee comprises 5 members who will adhere to the selection criteria above. The OC-X Committee is responsible for reviewing and validating OC-X applications submitted by prospective participants to ensure they satisfy the selection criteria as required.
To ensure the necessary oversight mechanisms are in place, companies selected by the OC-X Committee for each cohort must be formally ratified by the Open Campus Council before they are deemed valid.
We are nominating the following OC-X Committee for voting and approval by the DAO:
- Will Fan, CEO & Head of School @ NewCampus
- Megan Miao, Learning Experience Design Lead @ NewCampus
- Mohamed Ezeldin, Head of Tokenomics @ Animoca Brands
- Sharon Lourdes Paul, Co-founder & CEO @ HQ.xyz
- Open Campus Community Member, TBD and will be updated as we confirm the candidate [This is an open call!]
The Committee will convene every 6 weeks to select the next cohort of participants. In between formal meetings, committee members will communicate in an ad hoc manner as needed.
Monthly time commitment will not exceed 5 hours. Hourly rate US$100, so each committee member will get paid $500 per month. EDU token holders can submit a proposal to replace any OC-X Committee member.
The selection criteria for the OC-X accelerator prioritize several key areas that are crucial for the success and impact of the participating education companies. These criteria include:
- Business Maturity: We seek companies that have demonstrated a proven track record of product-market fit and have achieved a certain level of maturity in their operations. This ensures that they have a solid foundation and are well-positioned for further growth.
- Suitability for integration with $EDU: Companies that can seamlessly integrate with the $EDU token and leverage its utility within their offerings are highly desirable. This demonstrates their alignment with the Web3 vision and their readiness to embrace decentralized technologies.
- Strong Management Team: We seek teams that not only possess relevant industry expertise but also demonstrate a commitment to contributing to the development and growth of the Open Campus ecosystem.
- Engaged Community and Customer Base: Companies with an actively engaged community and a strong base of learners or customers are highly valued. This indicates that the company has built a loyal following and has established a meaningful connection with its target audience.
- Strong Brand Positioning: We look for companies that have developed a strong brand position in a specific niche vertical or horizontal. This allows them to stand out in the market and have a clear value proposition for their customers.
- Cashflow and Capital Return: Companies with a sustainable cash flow model are preferred, as they have the ability to generate revenue and return capital to the Open Campus DAO. This aligns with our goal of creating a self-sustaining ecosystem that benefits all participants.
- Cross-Pollination Opportunities: We value companies that have the potential for collaboration and cross-pollination within the Open Campus ecosystem and future network of partners. This fosters an environment of knowledge-sharing, innovation, and mutual growth.
NewCampus will design the curriculum and operate a training program that will take place via virtual call throughout the duration of each cohort’s 6-week acceleration period. The curriculum will be composed of live training sessions that will take place via video call as well as 1-on-1 office hours with mentors.
Attendance will be mandatory for all participants. Training sessions should take no more than 3 hours per week to avoid creating too much disruption to participants’ day-to-day business operations.
Through structured training sessions and ongoing mentorship, every participant will be tasked with integrating $EDU into their products and services, culminating in a final Demo Day during Week 6.
Here is a brief summary of the program curriculum:
Week 1 - Introduction to Web3 and OC
Week 2 - Building Blocks of the OC Ecosystem: Deep dive into the infrastructure and components of Open Campus
Week 3 - Tokenomics and Tokenization Strategies: Exploring tokenomics and its relevance to edtech
Week 4 - Regulatory and Compliance Challenges: Examining the regulatory landscape and compliance considerations for Web3 and crypto-based solutions in education
Week 5 - Implementing $EDU: Practical guidance on integrating $EDU as a payment and reward mechanism in edtech platforms
Week 6 - Demo Day: Preparing startups for the final demo day and Open Campus pitch session
For the detailed curriculum, see “Appendix 4: Sample Program Curriculum”.
NewCampus has also secured commitments from its extensive network of influential business leaders across a diverse range of sectors (see “Appendix 6: Partners and Advisors”) to be partners and advisors to OC-X, creating the foundation for OC-X to be a driving force for blockchain and Web3 adoption in the education sector.
- Recruit and onboard 10 early stage edtech companies that have a customer base overlap, aligning their interests and goals with the Open Campus ecosystem.
- Launch a 6-week program designed to support and accelerate the growth of these edtech companies, with the ultimate aim of investing in and onboarding them onto the $EDU ecosystem.
- Implement a comprehensive evaluation process to collect data, results, and feedback from the participating companies, assessing their progress and potential for success within the $EDU ecosystem.
- Propose reinvestment into the most promising companies based on their performance, impact, and alignment with the goals of the Open Campus ecosystem.
- Recruit and launch a series of cohorts to effectively onboard the Open Campus portfolio into the $EDU ecosystem, ensuring a seamless integration and optimal engagement. Targeting ten cohorts with an average of 10 edtech and future of work startups.
- Distribute the cohorts across diverse education segments, including K-12, workforce upskilling, and education infrastructure, to cater to the specific needs and demands of each sector.
- Tailor the cohort programs to address the unique challenges and requirements of each segment, offering comprehensive support and guidance to foster the success of participants while actively nurturing valuable industry connections and collaborations.
- Develop a comprehensive dashboard to assess learner impact reports, providing insights into the effectiveness and outcomes of the learning experiences within the $EDU ecosystem.
- Establish a robust infrastructure to track and analyze learner, client, and buyer spending on $EDU, enabling transparent and data-driven decision-making.
- Utilize advanced analytics and reporting tools to gain valuable insights into learner engagement, client utilization, and buyer behavior within the $EDU ecosystem, empowering continuous improvement and informed strategic planning.
- Collaborate with the participating companies to establish and promote the Open Campus decentralized university brand, leveraging their programs as valuable components of the ecosystem.
- Facilitate the embedding of the companies’ educational programs under the Open Campus university license, ensuring alignment with the platform’s quality standards and academic framework.
- Encourage active participation and engagement from learners, teachers, clients, investors, philanthropists, and corporates within the Open Campus ecosystem, fostering a sense of community and shared purpose.
Working with education companies and integrating Web3 technologies enables us to create value and collect valuable data insights in the following ways:
Operational Expenses: We estimate that the total operational expenses to administer each cohort will be US$115,000, comprising the initial setup fee (market research, program design, curation of companies, PR and marketing). See “Appendix 5: Investment Breakdown” for a more detailed breakdown of expenses.
Management Fee: As the operator of the accelerator program, NewCampus will charge a management fee of US$150,000 per cohort, to be released from the DAO Multisig, subject to the following schedule:
- US$120,000 released immediately to NewCampus upon completion of each cohort and
- US$30,000 to be released upon companies in each respective cohort achieving certain Key Performance Indicators(s) to be determined on a case by case basis by the OC-X Committee.
The specific details, such as funding amount, key milestones, and corresponding funding for each milestone, will be collaboratively determined and discussed between the DAO Administrator and the successful applicants to ensure accelerated companies are held accountable to deliver on their commitments with regards to Open Campus and $EDU integration.
The goal of the proposal is to secure approval for the allocation of US$10 million over 24 months for the accelerator and identify and approve the initial 5 OC-X Committee members responsible for overseeing the accelerator operations.
NewCampus has established a thriving ecosystem by forging strategic partnerships and investments in the edtech industry.
As an investor in the prestigious Transcend Network, they support over 100 early-stage startups, contributing to the global edtech fellowship. Additionally, NewCampus serves as a strategic partner to SuperCharger, a prominent edtech accelerator that facilitates connections between Asia and the rest of the world. Together, they have collaborated on launching a university license, showcasing their commitment to driving educational innovation.
NewCampus is an investee from 500 Startups and SOSV, granting them access to a vast network of over 500 global edtech companies. Furthermore, their partnerships with governments of Singapore, Dubai, and Malta provide valuable access to education infrastructure and funding opportunities, solidifying their position as an influential player in the edtech ecosystem.
Zopim Education, a coding bootcamp in Malaysia with a successful track record of working with students, corporate partners, and the government, found itself at a crucial growth juncture. Despite being profitable, the founder, Daniel Chan, recognized the need for capital, growth expertise, and a robust network to navigate the challenges of a tough business environment.
Joining Open Campus proved to be a game-changer for Daniel and Zopim Education. Through the 6-week program, Daniel gained access to a community of like-minded founders facing similar growth hurdles. This network became an invaluable resource for sharing ideas, collaborating on product development, and generating customer referrals.
As part of the Open Campus ecosystem, Daniel explored innovative technology solutions to enhance Zopim Education’s operations. Back-office payroll management systems streamlined administrative processes, freeing up time for Daniel to focus on strategic growth initiatives. Additionally, integrating $EDU rewards into the learning experience added value for students and fostered loyalty.
Open Campus also facilitated the implementation of a university accreditation for Zopim Education. This prestigious credential increased the perceived value of the coding bootcamp, attracting more students and solidifying its reputation as a leading education provider.
The financial support offered through $EDU further fueled Zopim Education’s growth. Daniel secured a $100,000 loan through the Open Campus financing scheme, enabling the expansion of the business into Vietnam. With diligent execution and doubling the business’s size within 12 months, Zopim Education successfully repaid the loan in full, showcasing the impact of alternative financing options.
Beyond the tangible benefits, Daniel found a sense of fulfillment in being part of the wider Open Campus ecosystem. As a solo founder, he no longer felt isolated but rather connected with a supportive community and a strong brand.
Through its partnership with Open Campus, Zopim Education transformed from a profitable coding bootcamp to a growth-driven education company. The strategic guidance, network connections, technological solutions, and financing opportunities provided by Open Campus empowered Zopim Education to achieve significant expansion, solidify its market position, and ultimately fulfill its growth aspirations.
Access to a Global Network: Participating companies gain access to a diverse and extensive network of educators, learners, mentors, and industry leaders. This provides valuable opportunities for collaboration, partnerships, and knowledge-sharing, enhancing their reach and visibility in the education ecosystem.
Support in Sales, Marketing, and Operations: OC-X offers guidance and support in areas such as sales, marketing, and operations. This helps companies refine their strategies, optimize their processes, and scale their business more effectively, ultimately driving revenue growth and operational efficiency.
Leveraging Borrowed Liquidity: Companies joining OC-X can leverage borrowed liquidity from the foundation. This enables them to access additional resources and capital, facilitating their growth and expansion plans.
Access to Open Campus’ University Credential: Participating companies have the opportunity to embed Open Campus’ university credential into their curriculum. This adds credibility and recognition to their educational offerings, attracting more learners and enhancing the value proposition of their programs.
Alumni Management and Support Network: Companies benefit from being part of the OC-X alumni network, which provides ongoing support, mentorship, and networking opportunities. This network of like-minded peers and successful alumni fosters a sense of community and collaboration, enabling companies to learn from each other’s experiences and continue their growth journey even after the accelerator program.
By combining Web3 technologies with education, we can unlock new levels of efficiency, transparency, and personalization, ultimately improving the educational experience for both businesses and learners while enabling data-driven insights and enhancing the value of credentials.
Secure and Verified Credentials: Education companies can leverage $EDU to issue and store tamper-proof, verifiable digital credentials. This ensures the authenticity and integrity of certificates, degrees, and other educational achievements, making it easier for employers and academic institutions to validate individuals’ qualifications.
Example: Zopim Education has successfully integrated $EDU, allowing all 2,500 graduates to securely store and verify their coding certificates as NFTs on the blockchain.
Transparent Learning Records: By recording learning activities and achievements on $EDU, education companies can provide learners with a transparent and immutable record of their educational journey. This allows individuals to showcase their skills and accomplishments to potential employers or educational institutions, enhancing their career prospects and opening doors to new opportunities.
Example: Students enrolled in the Python 101 program have the ability to securely record and showcase their portfolio, skill badges, and feedback received from instructors using a transparent and immutable system.
Tokenized Rewards and Incentives: Implementing $EDU enables education companies to create tokenized rewards and incentives for learners. These tokens can be used as a form of recognition or motivation, encouraging students to actively engage in the learning process, complete courses, and achieve desired outcomes. Learners can then exchange these tokens for additional educational resources, discounts, or even transfer them to other participants within the ecosystem.
Example: Throughout the 6-week coding bootcamp at Zopim Education, students are motivated and evaluated using learn-to-earn mechanisms, allowing them to earn incentives that can be reinvested into other courses within the Open Campus ecosystem.
Efficient Payment and Financial Transactions: Education companies can leverage $EDU for seamless and secure payment processing. By accepting $EDU tokens as a means of payment, companies can streamline financial transactions, reduce transaction costs, and eliminate intermediaries. This benefits both B2B transactions, such as partnerships with other education providers, and B2C transactions, making the payment process more convenient for learners.
Example: Daniel streamlines payment processes for his diverse student base, particularly those located in countries prone to currency fluctuations, reducing friction and ensuring a smoother financial experience.
Collaborative Learning and Content Creation: $EDU can facilitate collaborative learning and content creation among education companies and their learners. This enables the creation of comprehensive learning materials, innovative teaching methodologies, and cross-pollination of ideas, ultimately enhancing the learning experience for all stakeholders involved.
Example: Daniel collaborates closely with advisors, mentors, and instructors, ensuring his curriculum stays current and relevant. As a token of appreciation, these contributors are incentivized with micro-payments in $EDU tokens and awarded a unique contributor NFT.
- Overview of Web3 technology and its applications in the education sector
- Introduction to the $EDU ecosystem and its benefits for edtech startups
- Understanding the potential of blockchain, smart contracts, and decentralized finance (DeFi) in transforming education
- Deep dive into the infrastructure and components of the $EDU Web3 ecosystem
- Exploring the role of tokens, wallets, and decentralized exchanges (DEX) in the ecosystem
- Understanding the integration of Web3 technologies into edtech platforms and services
- Exploring tokenomics and its relevance to edtech startups
- Understanding tokenization strategies and their impact on the value proposition of edtech products and services
- Evaluating different approaches to token distribution, governance, and incentives within the $EDU ecosystem
- Examining the regulatory landscape and compliance considerations for Web3 and crypto-based solutions in education
- Understanding the legal and regulatory frameworks related to token offerings, securities, and data privacy
- Developing strategies to navigate regulatory challenges and ensure compliance in the edtech sector
- Practical guidance on integrating $EDU as a payment and reward mechanism in edtech platforms
- Exploring use cases for $EDU tokens, such as credentialing, micro-credentials, and learner incentives
- Designing user-friendly experiences for learners, teachers, and clients within the $EDU Web3 ecosystem
- Preparing startups for the final demo day and Open Campus pitch session
- Refining value propositions and business models aligned with the $EDU ecosystem
- Presenting the edtech startups’ progress in terms of $EDU adoption and showcasing their potential for growth within the Web3 ecosystem
- Community will play a crucial role by actively participating in providing feedback on the edtech startups’ pitches
Note: This is a sample curriculum and can be customized based on the specific needs and goals of the early stage edtech accelerator program powered by OC-X.
|Average companies per cohort||10||10||10|
|Programming, service, support fee||15%||15%||15%|
|Initial setup fee||$100,000||$100,000||$100,000|
|Marketing (PR, content)||$15,000||$30,000||$45,000|
|Total $edu investment||$1,115,000||$3,130,000||$10,145,000|
** Program fees will cover NewCampus’ expenses and service for the following:
1. Successfully recruit companies
2. Market accelerator and build pipeline (PR, paid campaigns, content marketing)
3. Conduct due diligence of companies
4. Onboard companies into accelerator
1. Design accelerator program (curriculum, interaction, user experience)
2. Host concurrent 6-week cohorts
3. Assign key accounts team to review company progress, assess student and business impact
4. Actively report and update Open Campus Foundation and community
1. 6-month follow-up and active check-in with companies to ensure consistent engagement with Open Campus
2. Post-program review with Open Campus and community to continue refining the accelerator
3. Post-program marketing and promotion to increase visibility of Open Campus ecosystem
Payroll for new key hires
- Program Designer
- Program Manager
- Content Researcher
- Technical Specialist
- Alumni Support
- Junior Marketer
- Cohort Facilitator
Will Fan is the CEO and Head of School at NewCampus, bringing over nine years of experience in the education sector. Previously, he founded QLC, a business that scaled virtual internship programs to over 40 top universities, providing 15,000 students with accredited six-week experiences. At NewCampus, he led the organization’s growth from inception to becoming the market leader in management training for tech companies in Southeast Asia, focusing on sales flywheels, and forming strategic partnerships.
Will’s expertise extends beyond work, as he contributes to publications like Forbes and Entrepreneur, discussing the future of leadership in Asia, Web3 projects, and emerging entrepreneurs. Additionally, he runs a crypto alpha group with participants from leading organizations such as Binance, Memeland, and Animoca.
Yu-Chuang Kuek is a versatile professional with leadership experience at Netflix, Yahoo, and IQIYI. He served as a diplomat for the Singapore Government, fostering international relationships for global trade. As an investor in Web2 and Web3 businesses, he brings valuable insights to entrepreneurial ventures. Yu-Chuang also contributes to education as a Board member for the Singapore Ministry of Education, focusing on language and bilingualism. His diverse background spans media, diplomacy, investment, and education, making him a valuable asset in multiple domains.
Momo Estrella, with over 20 years of experience, currently works at IKEA in China, collaborating with a diverse team to create human-centered solutions for Chinese consumers. As a member of the digital leadership team in China and the global leadership team for digital experience, Momo plays a pivotal role in scaling innovative solutions within the company. Outside of work, Momo occasionally lectures at universities and serves as a career coach to support aspiring individuals.
Jane Guo is a seasoned professional with 14 years of experience in blending creative storytelling and rigorous analytics. As a data artist, she has mastered the art of uncovering meaningful stories beyond data. Currently, Jane leads the Analytics & Insights function at Group ONE Holdings, a rapidly growing unicorn startup specializing in sports and gaming in Asia. With a team of passionate data analysts and market researchers, she guides strategy development, B2B and D2C revenue growth, and sparks partnerships with world-class entertainment brands. Jane’s previous experience at The Walt Disney Company driving consumer and business insights in North Asia adds to her impressive portfolio.
Dr. Susan Chen is a seasoned professional and Director of People at Riot, leading teams across the Asia Pacific region. She is an angel investor in edtech and future of work startups, an accomplished author, and a former Global Head of Leadership and Talent at Gojek. With a rich background in people development roles at AIG, Accenture, and Autogrill, Dr. Chen brings a wealth of expertise and a passion for reshaping talent management and leadership practices in the modern workplace.
Chris Tran is a survivor of the Nepal earthquake and a seasoned traveler, having lived in various countries. He’s launched video games, organized esports events, and managed digital advertising agencies. Now a life coach, Chris aims to empower others in business, confidence, and relationships. As the former Head of Esports at Riot Games, Southeast Asia, his experience includes creating Vietnam’s first esports stadium and leading League of Legends events to millions of users in the region. With over 20 years in global consulting and marketing, Chris’s influence extends to gaming, marketing, and personal development.
Malcolm Ong is a dynamic leader and innovator with an impressive track record across multiple industries. Currently the Co-founder & CPO of Terminal 3, a Web3 user data platform, he has been at the forefront of pioneering initiatives. Previously, Malcolm served as the Head of Product at the South China Morning Post, where he led strategic product initiatives that advanced global news media. His journey includes roles as Product & Growth Manager at Lyft, Venture Partner and Entrepreneur-in-Residence at 500 Global, Co-founder & CTO of Skillshare, and Product Lead at OMGPOP.
Sharon Lourdes Paul, the CEO and Co-Founder of HQ, is an accomplished entrepreneur with a strong passion for payments and digital infrastructure. She has an impressive career history, including roles at StraitsX, FAZZ Financial Group, and Xfers. Notably, as a Founding Member at StraitsX, she was instrumental in establishing it as a prominent payments infrastructure for digital assets in Southeast Asia. Her leadership at Xfers, where she headed payments and led expansion efforts across the region, showcased her strategic acumen. Currently, Sharon’s focus is on propelling HQ to the forefront of the global digital asset platform landscape.
Mike Michalec is a prominent figure in the EdTech industry, known for his deep knowledge and expertise in the Asian education landscape. As the founder and CEO of EdTechAsia, he has been instrumental in driving innovation and fostering collaboration within the sector. With a keen understanding of the unique challenges and opportunities in the Asian education market, Mike has successfully led numerous initiatives aimed at transforming education through technology.
Ray Chan is a prominent figure in the digital entertainment industry, currently serving as the CEO of both 9gag and Memeland. With a deep understanding of online communities and viral content, he has played a pivotal role in the success and growth of these platforms. Under his leadership, 9gag has become one of the most popular and influential online platforms for sharing humorous and engaging content. Ray’s expertise in understanding the dynamics of internet culture and his ability to connect with global audiences have propelled both 9gag and Memeland to the forefront of the digital entertainment landscape.
Transcend Network is a global edtech fellowship and a catalyst for innovation in education technology. With over 80 edtech startups in their portfolio, they provide comprehensive support to early-stage ventures. Through a network of mentors, experts, and funding opportunities, Transcend Network empowers startups to accelerate their growth and make a positive impact in education. By fostering collaboration and knowledge sharing, they drive breakthrough ideas and develop cutting-edge solutions for learners and educators worldwide.
SuperCharger Ventures is a leading global edtech accelerator that bridges the gap between Asia and the rest of the world. With a portfolio of over 70 edtech companies, they have established themselves as a driving force in the industry. Their mission is to empower and propel the growth of these startups by providing a comprehensive support system that includes mentorship, access to a vast network of industry experts, and strategic partnerships. Through their proven accelerator program, SuperCharger Ventures helps startups refine their business models, accelerate their market entry, and secure investments for scaling.