On the left the CIC building, the location of most kTeams sessions. In the background the MIT Sloan School of Management, Microsoft NERD, and Flagship Ventures.


Application Process

  • Interested organizations should send a note of inquiry to organizers@kendall-teams.com
  • Process /timeline overview
    • Next kTeams@Kendall Square cohort:Spring 2018.
    • Applications can be submitted now through a sponsoring university, government agency, or incubator. Download Registration Form
    • Kendall-Teams organizers will verify that the candidate company will be a good fit for the program, and return a confirmation or rejection within one week from receipt of all application materials using a rolling admission process
    • Participants selected will follow a brief preparation program, by remote presence, designed to make the experience in Boston most productive
    • The preparation program will be provided by members of Kendall Teams partners
  • We encourage startups to find sponsors for funding their participation (which is a good learning experience for the participants!)

Typical Team Profile

  • Must be a “real” company with a “real” founding team
    • Companies must have been incorporated as a legal entity, but not longer than 4 years prior to participation in kTeams
    • Should not have raised more than US$ 1M from institutional sources
  • Preferably in the life sciences (biotech, medical devices, bioinformatics, etc.) but companies in other High-Tech sectors such as clean energy, ICT, software, robotics etc. will also get proper attention and support by industry-experts.
  • Show spirit and initiative
  • Must commit to participate in all aspects of the program for the full duration, including the preparation program prior to arrival in Boston
  • Although not required, the following may be helpful:
    • Customer revenues, local recognition and awards


Click here to see registration fees