Stradigi AI partners with Berlin-based IeAD sports accelerator

Montreal-based Stradigi AI, which builds AI-powered solutions, has announced a partnership with Berlin-based IeAD, a sports accelerator established by the grandsons of Adidas’ founder.

The partnership will allow Stradigi AI to offer its team and expertise in AI to startups in the IeAD Sports Accelerator that are looking to develop AI-based solutions.

“This new collaboration confirms our global footprint and we’re thrilled to offer our AI knowledge and the support of our research and solutions teams to the leAD Sports Accelerator.”
 

“This new collaboration confirms our global footprint and we’re thrilled to offer our AI knowledge and the support of our research and solutions teams to the leAD Sports Accelerator,” said Basil Bouraropoulos, co-founder and CEO at Stradigi AI. “I am especially passionate about mentoring entrepreneurs at the start of their journey and look forward to offering advice and sharing my knowledge with them.”

Horst Bente, the director and co-founder of IeAD, said that Stradigi AI will advise the accelerator’s startups about potential opportunities, provide mentorship to young entrepreneurs, and help startups build out AI solutions as part of their offerings.

“Montréal is currently enjoying a tremendous success with its unique position and reputation in the field of artificial intelligence,” said Hubert Bolduc, president and CEO of Montréal International. “This partnership with Stradigi AI, one of our most promising companies, not only further supports this international reach, but also highlights the strengths and successes of a business ecosystem that is firmly focused on entrepreneurship and innovation.”

In May, Stradigi AI announced a partnership with the Vector Institute to build and deliver custom AI solutions. In January, the company also joined the Institute for Data Valorization.

Amira Zubairi

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