Developing ideas, discarding ideas, putting ideas into practice – all entrepreneurs have probably experienced this on their way to their start-up. Ingenuity is therefore the origin of every start-up. With this event, BRIDGE would like to motivate people interested in founding a business to develop a pool of ideas and then to put them into practice in the next step. At the 10th Bremen StartUp Lounge 2019, successful entrepreneurs will report on their business ideas and give insights into start-ups. The lounge is organized by the university initiative "BRIDGE - Business Start-ups from Bremen Universities" with the support of Starthaus, an initiative of the BAB - Bremer Aufbau-Bank. It will take place at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, November 13, 2019, at the Bremen City University of Applied Sciences.
Behind the Scenes
The focus of the event is on the stories and experiences of the people who have already taken the step into starting a business and who now offer those interested in setting up a business a glimpse behind the scenes. How have the young start-ups grown? How did they deal with different ideas? What constituted important support in their eyes? What motivated them? What mistakes would they not make a second time? In a relaxed and lively campus atmosphere, entrepreneurs from Bremen universities talk about their experiences in short interviews.
Four Start-Ups Introduce Themselves
Nina Hentschel of Fabular.ai. The company brings museums and other cultural institutions into the digital age. Amongst other things, they are developing multimedia learning apps for this purpose. The spin-off from the University of Bremen is currently being supported by the EXIST start-up grant from the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy.
Andreas Jonderko & Christian Jaentsch of gastronovi have been supporting the hospitality sector for more than ten years in digitalization and have developed a flexible cash register system for this purpose.
Mark Timur Budak of wunderfood offers ice cream creations made from carefully selected ingredients. The unique feature of his ice cream is that it consists of natural ingredients only and contains no added sugar.
Matthias Zündel is not just a professor for nursing and healthcare management at the Bremen City University of Applied Sciences, but also co-founder of Töchter & Söhne (daughters and sons). The company operates the online platform Curendo, which, among other things, offers courses on the care of relatives.
Following the short interviews, there will be an opportunity to talk to the entrepreneurs and other stakeholders and to network.
BRIDGE – Business Start-ups from Bremen Universities is the central point of contact for students and members of Bremen universities on the subject of business start-ups. The BRIDGE university initiative is a cooperation of the University of Bremen, the Bremen City University of Applied Sciences, the University of Applied Sciences Bremerhaven, Jacobs University, and the Bremer Aufbau-Bank GmbH. The goal of BRIDGE is to foster the start-up culture at all participating universities and to promote promising ideas with start-up potential at an early stage.
Further Information and Registration:
Event: 10th Bremen StartUp Lounge
When: November 13, 2019, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Where: University of Applied Sciences Bremen, Neustadtswall 30, Sky-Lounge