One of the most important accelerators in the United States, MassChallenge will host MIPRONS thanks to the second edition of the Global Start Up Program. MIPRONS will access the training course after being chosen among the most innovative companies by the Italian Trade Agency: the goal is to strengthen technical, organizational and financial skills to better face the challenge of new markets.
The second phase of the project will take place over 8 weeks in Houston, Texas. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and travel restrictions, the first part will be carried out online, while the experience will conclude in the United States at the end of the year. New business opportunities will be developed during the skills improvement phase, to attract international capital and pitches planned with new investors and potential customers. At the end of the acceleration phase, the program will end with the promotion of the start-up through various events organized by ICE.
MIPRONS is developing the smallest, most powerful and versatile propulsion system for satellites. Furthermore, it provides the finished product to be installed mainly on satellites and also supports the design of ad-hoc propulsion systems for specific mission requirements.