CycleLifeHQ is one of five local start-ups selected to receive expert advice and support as part of Canberra's 2016 Griffin Accelerator program.
Griffin Accelerator is a three-month intensive program run by seasoned Canberra entrepreneurs. The program provides:
At the end of the program, all start-ups have the opportunity to pitch to investors.
Over 80 people applied for this year's program. We are very pleased CycleLifeHQ has made it through the competitive application process.
We are looking forward to using the program as an opportunity to grow, learn from highly experienced mentors, and make cycling better for everyone.
The timing couldn't be better. Since our launch not long ago, CycleLifeHQ has quickly gained traction in Australia. We have listings and providers in over ten locations.
Next up, we plan to scale for global reach, having purchased the digital rights to over 1500 curated rides from across the globe.
Thank you to RiotACT for featuring our story, along with the four other stunning start-ups looking to make a difference. The RiotACT is a great news and opinion website, so be sure to read the article.
2016 Griffin Accelerator participants
While you're here, don't forget to check out the other start-ups selected for the 2016 Griffin Accelerator program:
A simple device to prevent children climbing over balconies, founded by Hollie Bell.
Online customisable special occasion dresses with a vintage-inspired style, founded by Vicky Kidd-Gallichan.
A marketplace for meals delivered by local chefs, founded by Teena Thaliyath.
A toy that easily introduces toddlers to their first solids, founded by Alix O’Hara.
For updates throughout our Griffin Accelerator program journey, follow CycleLifeHQ on Facebook.