Huge Thing Accelerator

Huge Thing was created in 2012 as one of the first acceleration programs in Poland.

Huge Thing has over 8 years of experience in supporting the development of startups in acceleration programs and supporting them in cooperation with corporate partners. We have been working with global and local organizations since 2012 when we was created as one of the first acceleration programs in Poland. During this time, we have implemented several editions of acceleration programs for various partners.

Previous Editions

8th Edition (2020)


Huge Thing Pre-acceleration Online Program in partnership with Google for Startups is dedicated for a pre-seed and seed-stage startups from CEE with a draft version of MVP or first version of product.

6th & 7th Edition (2018 - 2020)

Poland Prize

The 6th and 7th edition of Huge Thing was carried out as a part of Poland Prize Initiative. For this edition, we partnered with Santander Bank Polska, Procter and Gamble and SpeedUp Venture Capital Group.

4th & 5th Edition (2017 - 2018)


The 4th and 5th edition of Huge Thing is carried out in cooperation with Alior Bank within the ScaleUp program – supported by the Polish Agency for Enterprise Development. This edition of Huge Thing was addressed to startups from CEE, who have their MVP – a basic form of product/solution, which has passed its first market testing.

3rd Edition (2016)

Fintech & Insurtech

The third edition of was carried out in cooperation with one of the largest insurance companies in Europe, namely Aviva. We selected the best startups from CEE that had the potential not only to improve Aviva’s market competitiveness, but also its operational activity as an organization.

2nd Edition (2015)

Huge Thing

17 seed-stage projects took part in the second edition of HugeThing. During the 3-week program, they have attended many workshops and individual sessions with world-class experts.

1st Edition (2012)

Huge Thing Program

The first edition of the Huge Thing program took place in 2012 and lasted for 6 months. Its applicants were people with ideas, who were building their first prototypes during the program. The program’s goal was to create a basic version of a startup with a global potential, as well as to develop a business model.

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