Start Alliance Berlin: Future Mobility
Transport, Mobility and Logistics in Berlin-Brandenburg boasts more than 17,000 businesses employing approximately 199,000 persons in the markedly industrial automotive sector, in the fields of aerospace technology, rail transport technology and in the crosscutting fields of logistics and intelligent transport systems.
Berlin's strength in the digital economy has meant that major players in the automotive industry and a number of start-ups are developing new ideas for electric mobility in a large number of on-going projects. Topics such as artificial intelligence, virtual and augmented reality, Car2X communication, and self-driving vehicles are increasingly playing an important role, with the potential of bringing fundamental changes to urban transport.
Berlin offers excellent conditions for testing new concepts in such fields as electrical logistics, networked micro mobility with new, smaller vehicles, and innovative charging technologies.
… And did you know that Otto Lilienthal began his first flight tests over 120 years ago from Berlin?
What: Startup group program
When: Novembre 04th - 14th
For Whom: Startups from all over the world
Application: until September, 30th
Berlin is the European and German leader in investments in startups: in 2018, venture capitalists invested around 2.6 billion euros in Berlin. Promising and well-established start-ups have emerged in recent years, such as Soundcloud, Gameduell, Mister Spex, Zalando, Helpling, Delivery Hero, Home24, HelloFresh, ZipJet, movinga, Auto1, Foodpanda, Raisin, GetYourGuide, or N26. Berlin is popular with foreign VC investors. These accounted for nearly 40 percent in 2017. The share of VC-financed start-ups in Berlin's workforce is also increasing significantly.
(Sources: IHK Berlin, 2016; Deutscher Startup Monitor 2017; Ernst & Young, 2018)
Conditions of participation
This event is designed for startups who are beyond the idea/prototype stage and have already successfully launched in their domestic market.
It could be right for you, if your startup is interested in:
Expanding into the German (or European) market
Looking for international partners
Seeking to raise capital internationally (esp. in Germany)
Recruiting international teams (esp. in Germany)
Accepted startups will receive for free:
Office space in local co-working space (with possibility to extend up to 4 weeks)
Business development coaching
Connections to VCs through a final demo day
Talks from industry and specialists
Several group activities such as knowledge exchanges, business breakfasts, pizza time, etc.
Participation in Deep Berlin Conference
Please note that expenses for flights are not covered.