Meet Our Organisers and Partners

A collaboration of organisations who have worked in developing bilateral partnership projects. 

Z Nation Lab – The Startup Factory

Z Nation Lab provides an ecosystem to tech entrepreneurs and startups to help them accelerate their growth.

They are an early stage accelerator which empowers entrepreneurs with capital, technical expertise, and network. We bring together high-quality mentors, subject matter experts, experienced professionals, investors and VCs under one roof to curate a community that offers an environment for innovation to thrive. Z Nation Lab works closely with corporate innovation teams to bring new technology, products, and services to life. With access to over 3,000+ startups through our network and a dedicated research team, we are the disruptive startup hub for various corporations across industries.

HISA – Heidelberg Indian Students Association

The organization is dedicated to the welfare of Indian students and community in and around Heidelberg. One of the important aspects of the organization is to bridge the gap between Indian and the local community. The organization has worked proudly for 15 years. 

HISA is now officially recognized by the University of Heidelberg as an international student organization. Presently the organization has more than 500 members from the University of Heidelberg, European Molecular Biology laboratory (EMBL), Max Planck Institutes (MPI), SRH University of Applied Sciences Heidelberg and so from companies like SAP, BASF, etc. roles from organizing cultural, sports, and Business Entrepreneurship events to assist students with all their needs. 

HISA is driven by enthusiastic committee members who voluntarily achieve the objectives of the organization.

Bluebilities – International Talent Acquisition

Bluebilities GmbH is a Berlin based startup, which specializes in the recruitment and competence development of international professionals in the fields of science, technology, engineering, mathematics and management. Bluebilities focuses on helping companies to open new channels for accessing international talent in Germany and Europe through www.bluebilities.com, using a combination of a unique referral mechanism, talent database and active sourcing. In collaboration with its partners Bluebilities is creating international talent bridges that allow the flow of ideas, competencies and investment.

Key Sponsors:

Indian Consulate – Munich

Consulate General of India, Munich was opened in May, 2002 with operational jurisdiction over the two southern German States of Bavaria and Baden Württemberg. The Consulate provides consular, commercial and other services to the residents of Bavaria and Baden Württemberg.

Die Techniker – TK International

TK – Die Techniker – is a statutory Health Insurance with about 10 Mio insured persons in Gemany. And still growing being one of the biggest Health Insurances in Germany. TK won the Focus Money Test for the best Health Insurance in Germany for 12 times in a row. TK has online offers both in German and English for the customers and most transactions  can be done comfortably at home or on the go. TK offers the TK-Welcome-Service – a one-year-support in English for people who come for their first job or studies to Germany.

Contact :
Office: TK in the city, Friedrich- Ebert-Anlage 1, 69117 Heidelberg
Campus: Im Neuenheimer Feld 370, 69120 Heidelberg
Personal Contact: Heiko Hutzelmann
heiko.hutzelmann@tk.de
mobil 01 51 – 14 53 49 56
www.tk.de/vt/heiko.hutzelmann 

FrankfurtRheinMain GmbH

FrankfurtRheinMain GmbH International Marketing of the Region is the inward investment agency of the FrankfurtRheinMain region. The agency’s business is to inform foreign companies about the regional benefits and to attract them to the region. FrankfurtRheinMain GmbH promotes the region’s competitiveness at international level and strengthens the image of the region abroad. FrankfurtRheinMain GmbH International Marketing of the Region supplies comprehensive information on the region and detailed figures on the various industrial sectors to potential investors, coordinates the site selection processes together with local partners and helps companies to get in touch with the right contacts. We have representative offices in China, the USA, London and India.

SRH Hochschule Heidelberg – Gründer Institut

Since 2010, SRH Hochschule Heidelberg has set itself the goal of more actively pursuing business start-up. For this purpose, the founder institute was established, which operates on the following three levels: teaching, supervision and networking. The main theme of the insitute is to support – Start-up process – from the idea to the company.

Springboard 91 – Co-Working Space Mumbai

91springboard is a vibrant coworking community created for startups, freelancers and business owners with a startup mindset. Members of 91springboard get access to a coworking space with 24×7 office-infrastructure support and many networking opportunities.

Mentoring and Outreach Partners:

GINSEP – German Indian Startup Exchange Program

The German Indian Startup Exchange Program (GINSEP) is an initiative by the German Startups Association (GSA) supported by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi). GINSEP seeks to promote the German-Indian economic relations in the field of startups as an impartial first point of contact and neutral facilitator of business contacts and opportunities between both countries.

TIE Deutschland

TiE is the world’s largest network of entrepreneurs. Founded in 1992 in Silicon Valley by a group of successful entrepreneurs, corporate executives, and senior professionals with roots in the Indus region, we currently have 13,000 members, including over 2,500 charter members in 61 chapters across 18 countries. TiE’s mission is to foster entrepreneurship globally through mentoring, networking, education, incubating, and funding. Dedicated to the virtuous cycle of wealth creation and giving back to the community, TiE’s focus is on generating and nurturing our next generation of entrepreneurs.

Indo German Chamber of Commerce – Startup Corridor

Traditionally working with established German multinationals as well as SMEs for over 62 years, the Indo German Chamber of Commerce (IGCC) is now working towards creating synergies between corporates and young startups. The Indo-German Chamber of Commerce, Bangalore in India, offers the opportunity to develop innovative solutions for relevant global challenges. It aims at increasing the quality of the startups by creating professionalization and is a neutral player for connecting and supplying information to interested stakeholders.
Being the largest bi-national chamber in the world, the IGCC has a vast network of German companies and can get deep insights into their innovation requirements. Some of the key competencies of IGCC are scouting of startups, creating matchmaking possibilities between startups and corporates across various domains.
IGCC has been the local partners for several global startup collaborations such as Startup AsiaBerlin, DENA Startup Energy Transition Awards, Roadshow – Startup Germany etc.

 

Our Volunteers:

Madhuri Cherukumilli / Volunteer HISA

Madhuri is one of the organizers of the event involved in documentation, project coordination and fund raising. She is a start-up enthusiast and is interested in innovation in health care, personalized medicine and wearable devices. She is a research scientist by profession and worked at University Heidelberg and EMBL. She has done her doctoral studies in Molecular pathology from International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Italy.

Manisha Manojkumar / Working Student

Manisha is a working student, doing an internship that is a part of a joint collaboration between Bluebilities GmbH and Heidelberg Indian Students Association (HISA). She is currently doing her M.Sc in Molecular Biosciences with Major Cancer biology in University of Heidelberg in association with German Cancer Research Institute (DKFZ). She spent one year in doing voluntary service (Bundesfriwilligendienst) in a Kindergarten in Berlin, which was organized my the German Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development, prior to taking up the master’s course. Her current interests are related to organizing the business pitch up event happening in Berlin and the job fare event happening in Heidelberg.

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