The second batch of the support program Master Accelerator for early-phase German startups will start in October. Now the participants for the next six months have been selected. Ten fresh startups will begin their journey to become investor-ready.
Yesterday, participants of the new batch met in Munich for a first get-together and networking. Andy Goldstein, founder and executive director of German Entrepreneurship, welcomed the guests and gave a first session about the importance of entrepreneurial thinking for business readiness.
We are excited to support the following companies in Master Accelerator:
This startup is closing loops by connecting the construction and wood industries by taking their wood and agricultural waste to turn them into NeWood.
This mobile business app offers companies, especially those handling sensitive data, like in the healthcare sector, a GDPR-conform platform. The base is a classic messenger service. But since working with agile locations and time-independent gets increasingly important, BLACKPIN extends its service into a platform to carry out all important transactions.
The Private Banking Account offers the opportunity to invest in alternative asset classes such as art, classic cars, diamonds and private equity. They use tokenization of tangible assets and combine this with a private banking approach. By doing so, the startup also wants to meet the lifestyle needs of young wealthy digital natives.
Reality capture describes scanning an object and producing a digital representation which then can be extended or altered. Startup Dromni is a technology spin-off from the Chair of Astronautics at the Technical University of Munich. It provides an affordable and user-friendly toolchain to create, process, and distribute dynamic reality.
The online platform DynAmaze offers customers the booking of spontaneous leisure time activities for reduced prizes. Zoo, spa, lasertag and various other tickets are available from left-over contingents of providers.
The online buyer-engagement platform haeppie aims to reduce the mail flood for B2B sales. Instead of sending individual emails with attached business cards or PDFS, salespersons and customers can communicate and share documents, links, and materials in a centralized space. The tool also allows the tracking of opening rates.
HAWQ is the first all-in-one HR analytics platform that can identify SMEs’ risks early on. It provides reliable AI-based predictions and offers the most effective and most suitable improvement measures from the own marketplace.
On its mission to battle harmful bacteria, this pharmaceutical startup develops a new generation of high-precision personalized microorganisms using bacteriophages. This process can be applied in human healthcare, the cosmetic industry, food safety, and agriculture.
The founder team of Spiritory wants to make spirits and wine sales accessible to everyone. The trading platform makes selling and buying by private persons and companies fair and transparent. The startup’s mission is to democratize trading with these products so everyone can find their favorite taste of liquor.
Business cards are still a mandatory requirement for successful networking. Startup Spreadly wants to make these cards more sustainable and less complicated by offering digital business cards. The primary card stays, but NFC technology allows to boost customer CTR.
Does your future unicorn need coaching? Join our next batch!