Level up your idea into a business
The program starts November 16th, 2020 for 5 months.
Do not worry, it will be doable beside your studies or work.
How can you profit
Online-Incubation is a free Program that will help you to get a head start with your business idea. We will help you to create an individual, sustainable business model with mentorships beginning with your idea until the successful exit of your business. You will receive the opportunity to sharpen your skills in various fields such as social media marketing, efficient communication, international teambuilding and techniques for negotiation and pitches. With our worldwide network we will connect you to relevant business partners and help you with the funding to get your business onto the international market.Your own mentor will help you with any question you may have and is dedicated to helping you to a successful start. Furthermore, you can participate in workshops and coaching sessions that will benefit your business endeavors. If you meet our criteria, we will help you to secure your funding to start your business.
Let’s do a quick check-up
It’s a match?
What are your benefits?
1. Fill out the form below
2. Create a self-introduction video of your team and business idea (3 minutes) and upload it
3. Click on send
4. Done! We will review your application and get in touch with you as soon as possible
Deadline of application:
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German Indian Startup Exchange Program
The German Indian Startup Exchange Program (GINSEP) is a non-monetary platform initiated by the German Startups Association and supported by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) to strengthen and foster exchange between India and Germany in the startup space and support Indian and German startups in their efforts to gain access to the respective other market.
The project supports German and Indian startups by offering networking opportunities through events, workshops, pitching formats and study trips, providing information and hands-on assistance in gaining access to the other market by leveraging a large network of partners consisting of incubators, investors, corporates, support organisations, etc. from both countries.
The Indian Institute of Technology Bombay is a public technical and research university located in Powai, Mumbai, India. The institute has designed and developed mechanisms and bodies to help create new enterprises that employ technologies developed by its faculty and students.
The Birla Institute of Technology & Science, BITS Pilani, is an all-India Institute for higher education. The primary motive of BITS is to “train young men and women able and eager to create and put into action such ideas, methods, techniques and information”.
Y-kampus entrepreneurship and innovation services
Y-kampus is a place to explore in all three university campuses in Tampere. They offer inspiring events and additional studies where you get to develop your skills and find your fullest potential. They support entrepreneurial way of doing things, spar those who want to become entrepreneurs and those with an idea for an innovation.
borek.digital is actively promoting digitalization and entrepreneurship in the Braunschweig region. They offer an startup accelerator program in cooperation with the Entrepreneurship Hub and host events, such as the Startup Weekend Braunschweig.
Mathis Vetter studied Law and Human Resource Management (LL.B.) at Ostfalia University for Applied Science and is now closing his graduation in Technology-oriented Management (M.Sc.) at TU Braunschweig with main focus on Marketing and Industrial Engineering. He gained experience as student consultant for various SMEs in Brunswick as well as consulting companies like Kienbaum and Capgemini Invent in the areas of process management, lean production, leadership and industry 4.0. In research he focusses on determinants for entrepreneurship ecosystems and future business models.
He completed his bachelor’s degree in International Business Management (BBA) at the Assumption University of Thailand in Bangkok. He earned his master’s degree in Economic Geography (M.A.) at Leibniz University Hannover. Matthias Liedtke is aiming for a doctorate in the field of entrepreneurial ecosystems. His core competencies lie in the areas of startup ecosystems and business model generation.