The last batch of the Startup Campus Berlin Fall Semester program focussed on Mobility & Transportation. It was not the first time that one of the participants got an immediate invitation into a Berlin accelerator program. It was also a pleasure to welcome two members, one of the biggest German multinational engineering and electronics company as spectators of the program. We were given a glimpse of the Startup-Corporate collaboration from a Corporate point of view. Representing the power of German industry, academia, and research, our startegic partner the GTEC’s are an ever-growing network of organisations and individuals who can provide value and expertise to our startups. the Innogy is one of the founding partners of them, what was founded in 1898, Innogy is one of Germany’s foremost utility companies with around 54 bn € in revenue and an innovation leader in renewable and smart energy. The Henkel is also in the bord of founders. With its mother company founded in 1876, Henkel today is the leading solution provider for adhesives, sealants and functional coatings worldwide. the Innogy. Most of our Berlin Partners have years of experience in Startup-Corporate collaboration, so their input and feedback were incredibly important in this session. On Tuesday night the startups participated in the pitch training at the Axel Springer Plug and Play Accelerator HQ. They listened to startup pitches, networked with founders and investors and took away great insights and inspiration.
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