SETsquared, global No.1 university business incubator, has announced it will be working with tech giant Oracle on its newly launched Oracle Startup Cloud Accelerator (OSCA).
Oracle is already engaged with Bristol’s tech ecosystem by supporting University of Bristol students and providing its cloud infrastructure to SETsquared’s startups, including YellowDog and Interactive Scientific.
By launching OSCA, Oracle will be able to deliver a structured acceleration programme to group of high growth companies in Bristol.
Similar programmes have already been launched in Bangalore and Tel Aviv.
SETsquared will offer access to is award-winning acceleration programme including intensive mentoring, workshops, access to is extended community and global network. OSCA will be based at Engine Shed providing world-class facilities to selected startups.
Monika Radclyffe, Centre Director for SETsquared Bristol, comments: “We are thrilled to be working with Oracle on the Startup Cloud Accelerator.
“We have had a very positive feedback from startups already working with Oracle teams and we look forward to seeing more success stories emerging from OSCA.’
Oracle Senior Vice President of Product Development Reggie Bradford, a serial entrepreneur himself, will lead the program expansion.
He comments: “The next five to ten years promise innovations and growth that will drive new business ideas enabled by the cloud.
“Oracle understands that startups are at the heart of innovation, and through this program we aim to give startups access to extensive resources and support when they need it most.”