I’m a corporation, and I want to...
We've been trying for some time to make some new business units, but we haven't been successful. What should we do?
We believe that the best thing to do in this case is to literally create a standalone startup out of your environment, and after the business takes off, go back to bind it to your process. We created the Corporate Acceleration Process to address exactly this issue. We collaboratively create, develop, and manage a custom startup according to your corporate need.
Good! Style doesn’t invent, my friend. Our work is exactly that. Startups are our business.
We (in this case only Ronaldo, Andre, and Leo) can participate directly in your strategy.
I'm a startup, and I want to...
You should contact us through our contact page and request an evaluation of your project/startup. If you are selected, we will schedule a face-to-face meeting. Our activity is ongoing, so you can submit your project at any time.
It may take months because we don’t do the classic acceleration program but an acceleration process (i.e., a real learning journey in pursuit of the outlined objectives).
- Design thinking
- Strategic discussion (Vision – where I want to go) and value proposition
- Revision and/or preparation of Business Plan and Action Plan
- Valuation scenarios
- Pitch and book for investors
- Meetings with other startups and renowned entrepreneurs
- Technical visits
- Coworking (not for everyone)
- Staff (not for everyone)
- Hands-on learning
- Work hard! Work hard! Work hard!
- And much more…
No, we will not sign an NDA in the initial stage and during selection. If your project/startup is selected, we will sign a Memorandum of Understanding containing a confidentiality agreement.
I really don't need more investors or investment. Does it makes sense for move2 to participate in the acceleration process?
Yes, having investors or cash available is part of the challenge but perhaps just the smallest part of it. If money were the most important factor of all, only the wealthiest companies would have a chance in the market.
No, we consider companies in any sector, provided they are involved in some way in the new economy (digital economy) or use some kind of technology as core competence.
Yes, but you will have to come to São Paulo a few times and participate in immersion upon request.
I'm an individual, and I want to...
Develop a startup because I had a great idea, but I don't know how to program and have no investors.
One step at a time, my friend. The most sensible thing for you to do is take one of our workshops to better understand the feasibility of your idea and how to take it off paper. Workshops are customized for each team and fairly interactive, that is, in practice, after going through the workshop, its worth and how you can continue with a more sustainable format will become clearer. If this path doesn’t appeal to you, and you want an individualized approach, we’ll make a coaching package for you. Of course, it’s more interesting if you’ve already found your business partners for the project, but we can help you.
Send us your CV so that we can send it to any startup that is in need of your profile.
Send us a professional biography through our contact page.
I'm an investor, and I want to...
Better than investing in a pitch is making a more detailed assessment of the business model, future scenarios, resources, and entrepreneurs. We can do this for you using our methods, experience, and tools.
Okay, how does scheduling an assessment so that we can evaluate the case sound?!