GoHub Accelerator kicks off its second edition with six startups that boost sustainable industrial digitization
Selected companies respond through their technology solutions to new global challenges
GoHub, Global Omnium’s open innovation hub, has incorporated six new deep tech startups into the second edition of its acceleration program, which is distinguished by a completely tailored approach to each company and personalized accompaniment throughout the process.
Following the success of the first GoHub Accelerator call developed in 2020, more than 800 startups from all over Spain and from different countries in Europe have submitted to the selection process convened in September. It should be remembered that the program is still open.
The chosen companies, in the growth phase, offer innovative solutions in various sectors and help the exponential transformation of the industrial fabric through business intelligence, data analytics, predictive technologies, cybersecurity or testing of virtual environments, in order to automate processes, optimize costs and innovate with new products.
The new additions are part of the GoHub Accelerator startup program, with an investment of 150,000 euros, a pilot project within Global Omnium and a team of leading mentors to validate business and technology for the next six months.
In addition, you will have at your fingertips the exclusive network of GoHub Experts, professionals with along history in the business and technological world.
Patricia Pastor, Managing Director of GoHub: “In the wake of the global challenges that affect us, from health, climate change or digital transformation, we want to contribute by supporting new startups to help predict and optimize the new challenges we face.”
GoHub Accelerator’s six new startups
It offers a Software as a Service (SaaS) platform to efficiently manage last-mile logistics delivery and monitor shipping routes, eliminating uncertainty during deliveries, reducing cost, and bringing a novel customer experience.
It is a data analytics platform that provides real-time information to help banks and insurers accelerate and automate hiring processes, as well as optimize the risk assessment of their business customers by analyzing open data sources.
It develops products of immersive technologies such as augmented, virtual and mixed reality tailored to all types of businesses, such as hospitality, commerce, cultural activities, tourism or automotive. Its platform allows the customer to include this technology autonomously on any physical media and device.
Its AIOps based operational intelligence platform recompiles and analyzes all of a company’s data from multiple sources — applications, networks, cloud services, or IoT devices — and creates visual dashboards for more efficient business decision-making in information technology operations.
Turn technological ideas and prototypes into real products through a collaborative platform for hardware entrepreneurs who co-develop their creations with experts.
The Norwegian-based startup has developed the Sknow sensor, hardware as a service that obtains real-time data to measure the amount of snow and thaw in order to plan the power supply of power companies or predict avalanche.
GoHub by Global Omnium
GoHub is Global Omnium’s open innovation hub and corporate venturing vehicle. Its portfolio includes twenty companies. It conducts strategic investments through GoHub Ventures that executes direct startup investments with A-series digital transformation solutions to bring new digital business models and core capabilities closer in a reduced time-to-market. GoHub Ventures, in its overall strategy of supporting startups, has already invested thirteen million euros.
The Global Omnium Group
Chaired by Eugenio Calabuig, it was founded in Valencia 130 years ago, and today is present in more than 400 cities in Spain, where it manages the integral water cycle, working together with public administrations. Having considerably expanded internationally with GoAigua and Idrica, the company has now earned a presence on 4 continents and has more than 7 million customers. Global Omnium is a benchmark in the utility sector and is among the top 5 in the world.