Paperchain founders taking part in the European Innovation Academy Extreme Entrepreneurship program in Portugal
The program sees Paperchain founders Rahul Rumalla and Daniel Dewar go through an intense development sprint in Portugal in July and August.
London, UK — The founders of Paperchain, the global music technology company solving the problem of unpaid royalties to music copyright owners, have been invited by the European Innovation Academy to take part in its Extreme Entrepreneurship program in Portugal throughout July and August.
The three week offers founders a mentor network to build key industry relationships to quickly iterate and deliver a product that can be taken to market.
Paperchain co-founder and CTO, Rahul Rumalla, said the program will allow the company to solidify its business audience in Europe and drive greater awareness. “We’re coming out of a long period of information gathering, validation and early development, so the European Innovation Academy provides us with a strong platform to launch our products and services.”
Program speakers and mentors are from Unity Technology, Google, UC Berkeley, Carnegie Mellon, MIT, AWS, Wells Fargo, and Concordia Ventures among many others.
The program runs from July 16 to August 04 in Lisbon, Portugal.
Founded in 2016, Paperchain empowers music copyright owners with products and services to solve the problem of unpaid royalties. With focus being on the convergence of copyrights, royalties, data and technology, Paperchain’s core product engine is Pura, a powerful technology platform that allows rights owners to lookup and validate catalogues against industry databases, link composition rights data to master recording rights data, a searchable database for unpaid royalties, and a consolidated claims and rights registration process.
Originally published at blog.paperchain.io.