Barclays London Accelerator 2020 open for applications

Sep 10, 2019 · Apply today! Deadline 13 October 2019.

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Your chance to apply for the 2020 London Barclays Accelerator, powered by Techstars!

Are you a startup founder using leading-edge technology to provide better customer solutions in financial services? Apply today for the 2020 London Barclays Accelerator, powered by Techstars.

Located at Rise London, the #HomeofFinTech, the Accelerator will kick-off on 27 January 2020. It is an intensive 13-week programme designed to fast-track the next generation of FinTech businesses, while also bringing innovation and application opportunities to Barclays.

Do you have questions about the programme? Starting late August through September, we will be hosting in-person and video office hours in the following locations:

- UK: London, Manchester, Edinburgh and Glasgow among other cities

- North America: New York, Boston, Toronto and Vancouver

- Europe: Dublin, Stockholm, Helsinki, Copenhagen, Tallinn, Vilnius, Madrid and Lisbon

- Asia: Tel Aviv, Mumbai and Singapore

Once we announce our roadshow calendar for visiting these cities, you will be able to book office hours to meet us in person or over a video call. Periodically check this blog for our up-to-date calendar and office hours schedule.

Learn more about the programme and start your application today.

The deadline to apply is 13 October 2019.

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