The pair will help startups elevate their ideas into mass market solutions by leveraging investment support, as well as offering foundation level firms access to networking opportunities and qualifications.
It will target young companies pioneering digital innovations that can enhance the specific sector they work in.
“Our aim is to work closely with company founders to get digital innovations up and running together as fast as possible. To achieve this, we are building an ecosystem across industries that helps startups in the early stages to develop their ideas in a way that is oriented towards customers and focused on success,” said Thilo Koslowski, Managing Director at Porsche Digital.
The new accelerator is expected to go live in Spring 2018.