Alt City has trained nearly 250 startups, of which 25 have received funding.
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The Bootcamp program by the Beirut-based accelerator Alt City has seen a five-fold return on investments of $2 million since its program began three years ago.These companies were chosen out of Alt City's Bootcamp, a partnership between BDL under the Circular 331 initiative, Al-Mawarid Bank, and AltCity, a six-week training program for entrepreneurs.Since it started in 2015, Bootcamp has graduated 245 startup teams of entrepreneurs aged between 15 and 50 that have collectively mobilized over $2 million in seed funding, with a combined valuation of over $10 million.It will soon be launching two new global initiatives for networking and mentorship: Pitchworthy and Startup Scouts.
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