BigOmics Analytics, purveyor of self-service analytics platforms for Big Omics data, has been selected and joined the Alchemist program, one of Silicon Valley’s most prominent business accelerators.
“We are impressed with how well thought out your attack is on the space, and the caliber and history of the team assembled. Congrats on all the hard work done to date!” – said Ravi Belani, Managing director of Alchemist Accelerator.
The accelerator program
For the next six months, BigOmics will be a member of the Alchemist technology startup program. Within its framework, the company will have the opportunity to participate in closed industry events, receive advice from professional business trainers and experienced venture investors, as well as attend meetings with potential investors that Alchemist regularly arranges for its wards. Besides, the incubator itself will invest about 80 thousand Swiss Francs in BigOmics Analytics, one of the first investments out of their Alchemist Europe fund.
“We expect that participation in the Alchemist program will open up the fast-growing American market of biodata analytics as well as giving us the opportunity to find partners and investors interested in developing breakthrough SaaS technologies such as our self-service analytics platforms,” says the founder and CEO of BigOmics Murodzhon Akhmedov.
The Alchemist accelerator is consistently among the top seed accelerators in the world. Arguably, the #1 B2B accelerator in the United States.
The Alchemist accelerator program is aimed at accelerating the development of startups in high-tech sectors of the global economy. The main selection criterion, which is set by the accelerator and is of paramount importance, is the depth of technical expertise of the teams. Since the founding of Alchemist in 2012, more than 200 startups with a total capitalization of more than 50 billion US dollars have already left the accelerator.
The Alchemist accelerator receives support from major venture capital firms such as Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Khosla Ventures, as well as from corporate funds such as Cisco Systems, Juniper Networks and, SAP Ventures. Up to 50 companies enter the incubator annually.
For more information about Alchemist Accelerator: https://alchemistaccelerator.com/