Sprinting to success
More than a moonshot: ZeroPoint Ventures co-founder Dan Khan shares lessons and learnings from the new 0.Sprint accelerator
Kiwi accelerator company ZeroPoint Ventures – described by Silicon Valley heavyweight Bill Reichert as "a venture fund that is driven by proof, not just hope" – has completed its first 0.Sprint crash course. The course was week-long programme which incubated a cohort of ten ventures from around New Zealand, aiming to grow the varying start-up businesses and help them through some of the larger obstacles holding them back. We talk to co-founder Dan Khan about the change in ZeroPoint Venture's model to an in-person, week-long incubator, as well as how this shortened structure worked out for the companies.