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StartupBlink, the global startup ecosystem map, is proud to be an official partner of the ANSYS Startup Program. This partnership will help provide eligible startups around the world with cutting-edge engineering solutions and simulators for a fraction of the regular commercial price.

StartupBlink and ANSYS understand the struggles involved in starting a new business, from limited funding to minimal revenue. The ANSYS Startup Program can help your business reach its full potential by giving you access to the world's fastest and most accurate simulation tools at a greatly reduced cost.

Here is what you get if your startup gets accepted to our program:

  • Access to ANSYS solutions that allow you to start building virtual prototypes immediately.
  • The ability to modify and test your product hundreds of times, allowing you to perfect your product in the time it could normally take to build a single prototype.
  • Access to ANSYS' full multiphysics simulation portfolio. Including structural, fluids, electromagnetics and embedded software simulation tools.
  • Access to the ANSYS Customer Portal for self-guided support.
  • Various marketing opportunities in partnership with ANSYS.

Start Growing Your Business With The ANSYS Startup Program


To apply for the ANSYS Startup Program, your business must be able to answer “YES” to the following questions:

Was your startup founded less than 5 years ago?

Do you make less than US $5 million per year in revenue?

Will you be using the simulation tools only to work on the development of your own products?

If you can answer YES to all of these questions, please fill in the form below with your information and a regional ANSYS representative will contact you shortly with additional details about the program and its benefits.

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ANSYS® Startup Program

StartupBlink, the global startup ecosystem map, is proud to be an official partner of the ANSYS Startup Program. This partnership will help provide eligible startups around the world with cutting-edge engineering solutions and simulators for a fraction of the regular commercial price.

StartupBlink and ANSYS understand the struggles involved in starting a new business, from limited funding to minimal revenue. The ANSYS Startup Program can help your business reach its full potential by giving you access to the world's fastest and most accurate simulation tools at a greatly reduced cost.

Why should you apply?

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Start Growing Your Business With The ANSYS Startup Program

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To apply for the ANSYS Startup Program, your business must be able to answer “YES” to the following questions:

Was your startup founded less than 5 years ago?

Do you make less than US $5 million per year in revenue?

Will you be using the simulation tools only to work on the development of your own products?

If you can answer YES to all of these questions, please fill in the form below with your information and a regional ANSYS representative will contact you shortly with additional details about the program and its benefits.

If you meet these guidelines, please provide your information here and an ANSYS representative will contact you to explain more about the program and its benefits.

Apply Now

How can the ANSYS Startup Program help you?

Why should you apply?

See what ANSYS Startup Program Customers have to say:

Pushing Startups Towards Success

In the following article, ANSYS has profiled seven companies at various stages of maturity. These companies represent a wide range of industries, each on the road to startup success and using ANSYS simulations to increase efficiency. One of those companies, Future Motion, created Onewheel, a motorized skateboard equipped with a single 11.5-inch tire and a battery powered 2-horsepower motor. Onewheel's concept was to bridge the worlds of sports and transportation.

“ANSYS software is helping us quickly make design changes, predict how they will impact real world performance and achieve meaningful improvements.”                                                               - Kyle Doerksen, Founder and CEO, Future Motion.

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Nebia

Nebia’s mission was to design a shower head that improves the showering experience while saving water and energy. The company’s engineers were challenged to keep the user warm while reducing necessary water amounts by 70 percent. The ANSYS Startup Program enabled Nebia engineers to quickly and cost-effectively simulate and test many versions of its product, which helped deliver the shower head to market on schedule.

“The help we've gotten from ANSYSfrom engineers and their team there has been monumental in moving us to the next level.”                   - Gabriel Parisi-Amon, Co-Founder, CTO/COO, Nebia.

Mohyi Labs

Mohyi Labs set out to make a bladeless drone and in the process pioneered Ducted Counter-Vortex Radial Impeller Propulsion technology. With the help of the ANSYS Startup Program, Mohyi Labs was able to optimize this new drone technology. The ANSYS CFX turbomachinery module enabled them, for the first time, to directly observe and measure how well their counter-vortex geometry influences airflow.

“The simulation tools have pushed Mohyi Labs Bladeless Drone development to new heights... ANSYS has eliminated the guesswork in our design iteration process.                                              - John Mohyi, Mohyi Labs CEO and Bladeless Drone Inventor.

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General Fusion

Dr. Michel Laberge founded General Fusion with the singular focus of developing economically viable fusion energy. His key insight was realizing that Magnetized Target Fusion, with the aid of modern electronics, materials and advances in plasma physics, could provide a faster, less expensive and more practical path to fusion power. His research and development team now consist of over 50 professionals who have the ability to design, simulate, prototype and test advanced fusion systems quickly and cost-effectively.

“Our engineers were able to use the software quickly because it is built with applied engineering in mind. We will continue to use ANSYS as we construct a full-scale prototype.”      - David Plant, Engineer, General Fusion.

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If you’ve ever witnessed a rocket launch, boarded a plane, taken a car for a drive, worked on a computer, used a mobile phone, or even crossed a bridge, you’ve probably used a product that relied on the ANSYS software system. ANSYS is a global leader in engineering simulation, and partners with cutting-edge startups to help them deliver dramatically improved products to their customers. The ANSYS Startup Program's broad portfolio of engineering simulation software helps users solve the most complicated design challenges and engineer new products that are limited only by imagination.

About ANSYS

ANSYS  was founded in 1970, and employs nearly 3,000 professionals. Most of the company's staff members are expert M.S. and Ph.D.-level engineers in finite element analysis, computational fluid dynamics, electronics, semiconductors, embedded software, and design optimization. The remarkable team at ANSYS enjoys pushing the limits of world-class simulation technology so that Startup Program customers can turn their designs into successful products quickly and efficiently. ANSYS has also been identified as one of the world's most innovative companies by globally recognized media outlets such as Bloomberg Businessweek and FORTUNE magazine.

  • Build virtual prototypes and put them to the test with the world's most effective simulation solutions.
  • Receive full access to a wide range of simulation software.
  • Avoid unnecessary funding rounds and stay focused on developing your product while using cutting-edge tools to test your ideas.
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How can the ANSYS Startup Program help you?

Build virtual prototypes and put them to the test with the world's most effective simulation solutions.

Receive full access to a wide range of simulation software.

Avoid unnecessary funding rounds and stay focused on developing your product while using cutting-edge tools to test your ideas.

Here is what you get if your startup gets accepted to our program:

Access to ANSYS solutions that allow you to start building virtual prototypes immediately.

The ability to modify and test your product hundreds of times, allowing you to perfect your product in the time it could normally take to build a single prototype.

Access to ANSYS' full multiphysics simulation portfolio. Including structural, fluids, electromagnetics and embedded software simulation tools.

Access to the ANSYS Customer Portal for self-guided support.

Various marketing opportunities in partner- ship with ANSYS.

Nebia’s mission was to design a shower head that improves the showering experience while saving water and energy. The company’s engineers were challenged to keep the user warm while reducing necessary water amounts by 70 percent. The ANSYS Startup Program enabled Nebia engineers to quickly and cost-effectively simulate and test many versions of its product, which helped deliver the shower head to market on schedule.

“The help we've gotten from ANSYSfrom engineers and their team there has been monumental in moving us to the next level.” 

Gabriel Parisi-Amon, Co-Founder, CTO/COO, Nebia.

Mohyi Labs set out to make a bladeless drone and in the process pioneered Ducted Counter-Vortex Radial Impeller Propulsion technology. With the help of the ANSYS Startup Program, Mohyi Labs was able to optimize this new drone technology. The ANSYS CFX turbomachinery module enabled them, for the first time, to directly observe and measure how well their counter-vortex geometry influences airflow.

“The simulation tools have pushed Mohyi Labs Bladeless Drone development to new heights... ANSYS has eliminated the guesswork in our design iteration process.   

John Mohyi, Mohyi Labs CEO and Bladeless Drone Inventor.


Dr. Michel Laberge founded General Fusion with the singular focus of developing economically viable fusion energy. His key insight was realizing that Magnetized Target Fusion, with the aid of modern electronics, materials and advances in plasma physics, could provide a faster, less expensive and more practical path to fusion power. His research and development team now consist of over 50 professionals who have the ability to design, simulate, prototype and test advanced fusion systems quickly and cost-effectively.

“Our engineers were able to use the software quickly because it is built with applied engineering in mind. We will continue to use ANSYS as we construct a full-scale prototype.” 

David Plant, Engineer, General Fusion.


In the following article, ANSYS has profiled seven companies at various stages of maturity. These companies represent a wide range of industries, each on the road to startup success and using ANSYS simulations to increase efficiency. One of those companies, Future Motion, created Onewheel, a motorized skateboard equipped with a single 11.5-inch tire and a battery powered 2-horsepower motor. Onewheel's concept was to bridge the worlds of sports and transportation.

“ANSYS software is helping us quickly make design changes, predict how they will impact real world performance and achieve meaningful improvements.”

Kyle Doerksen, Founder and CEO, Future Motion.

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If you’ve ever witnessed a rocket launch, boarded a plane, taken a car for a drive, worked on a computer, used a mobile phone, or even crossed a bridge, you’ve probably used a product that relied on the ANSYS software system. ANSYS is a global leader in engineering simulation, and partners with cutting-edge startups to help them deliver dramatically improved products to their customers. The ANSYS Startup Program's broad portfolio of engineering simulation software helps users solve the most complicated design challenges and engineer new products that are limited only by imagination.

ANSYS  was founded in 1970, and employs nearly 3,000 professionals. Most of the company's staff members are expert M.S. and Ph.D.-level engineers in finite element analysis, computational fluid dynamics, electronics, semiconductors, embedded software, and design optimization. The remarkable team at ANSYS enjoys pushing the limits of world-class simulation technology so that Startup Program customers can turn their designs into successful products quickly and efficiently. ANSYS has also been identified as one of the world's most innovative companies by globally recognized media outlets such as Bloomberg Businessweek and FORTUNE magazine.

To learn more about ANSYS, click here.

To learn more about ANSYS, click here.

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