Two major challenges for the Latitudo40 team over the next six months: phase two of the Startup3 programme and participation in CDL Toronto Space Cohort

NEWS | 04 – 10 – 2020

Latitudo40 firmly believes in international cooperation and collaboration to continue the process of validation and scalability of the business model. Thanks to the new Urbalytics product, a unified data analytic platform to create a city digital twin, Latitudo40 has been selected by Startup3 as Top10 Deep Tech Innovator. STARTUP3 is a mentorship-driven accelerator programme. During this phase, teams will be prepared to enter the last stage – Product2Market by submitting a valid and strong Executive Summary and through soft skills necessary for a successful business meeting. After this phase, the projects holding a major market potential will be invited to enter the last stage of the process. Individuals from Europe, from startup founders to corporate and community leaders, have raised their hands offering to do whatever they can to help STARTUP3 companies succeed. Leaders in the deep-tech industries, such as NVIDIA, Symag by BNP Paribas, TMW, and 30 others have also taken note of STARTUP3’s efforts, and have signed on to mentor programme’s incoming teams and support innovators.

It is the start of a challenging six-month journey, which will see the team working to convince some of Europe’s leading investors of the product’s credibility and innovation potential.

But the international news doesn’t end there, in fact Latitudo40 has been selected by Creative Destruction Lab in Toronto as part of the Space segment. Creative Destruction Lab (CDL) ( is a nonprofit organization that delivers an objectives-based program for massively scalable, seed-stage, science- and technology-based companies. CDL’s objective-setting process enhances the performance of technical founders who learn from the insights of experienced entrepreneurs, increasing their probability of success. The objective of participating in this prestigious mentoring programme will be to envy the business model for entering the American market, with the opening of a new operating headquarters in Canada or the USA.