SCB17: Borderstep organizes green startup focus camp
Borderstep Institute organizes the green startup focus camp at Startup Camp Berlin 2017 (SCB17), focusing on the needs of early stage green startups.
SCB17 is the largest early-stage startup event in Berlin with more than 1000 participants and 150 international speakers. The two-day conference takes place April 7 and 8, 2017 and offers Focus Camps, Startup Expo and a Pitch Marathon.
The event features keynote speeches, know-how mentoring and practical tips from renowned experts. Founders, entrepreneurs, investors, and students from all over the world come together. Participants can meet over 70 representatives of different types of investors. For example High-Tech Gründerfonds, Target Partners, bmp Beteiligungsmanagement GmbH, Cherry Ventures, IBB Bet, hub:raum, b-to-v Partners AG, Deutsche Bahn Digital Ventures GmbH, Kizoo Technology Capital GmbH, WestTech Ventures GmbH, coparion, Acton Capital Partners and many more.
SCB17: Meet Borderstep at Green Startup Focus Camp
April 7: 1:30 pm – 2:00 pm
Current green economy trends and opportunities
Alexander Schabel, Room 1.607
April 7: 5:30 pm – 6:15 pm
The age of impact entrepreneurs – why green & social startups will be at the center of tomorrow’s economies
Constanze Trautwein et al., Room 1.607
Tickets for Startup Camp Berlin 2017 here.
Full schedule of Startup Camp Berlin 2017 here.
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