Human resources provider DIP’s Gakucelerator has chosen four student-run startups for its latest batch and will provide up to $940,000 between them.

Japan-based recruitment firm DIP’s student-focused accelerator scheme, Gakucelerator, has held a demo day for its fourth edition and opened the application period for a new group. Formed in April 2019, the three-month Gakucelerator programme supports startups founded by students from primary to graduate level. Participants can access resources in areas such as mentoring, data, public…

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