GreenTech Startup Battle - Final

Switzerland is home to innovation. The GreenTech Startup Battle showcases the sustainable ideas of young and bright entrepreneurs and how they want to change the future.

As part of the closing event of the Swiss Digital Days 2022, 7 finalists startups from the 7 regions of Switzerland will present how they create an impact, preserve, and protect natural resources. With the format, we connect and strengthen regional startup ecosystems and give them the opportunity to get in contact with established companies and public institutions.

On stage in this session are:

Finalist 1 from Greater Bern Area: mobileup

Finalist 2 from Northwestern Switzerland: myFeld

Finalist 3 from Greater Zurich Area: viboo

Finalist 4 from RomandieResilio

Finalist 5 from Ticino: Hive Power

Finalist 6 from Eastern Switzerland: To be announced soon

Finalist 7 from Central Switzerland: To be announced soon

The jury panel for this GreenTech Startup Battle – Final is represented by Tobias Peltenburg, Ingrid Bauer, Thomas Dübendorfer, Hilda N. Liswani, Christoph Falk and Michael Baier.

The GreenTech Startup Battle is presented by Innosuisse, operated by digitalswitzerland, supported by Trust Square, Amag Innovation Venture Lab, economiesuisse and SICTIC.

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27.10.2022 - 17:00 – 19:00
Zug Freiruum
Inglese
Startup Battles

Speaker

Ina Maria Walthert-Kaufmann

AMAG GROUP

Lead Group Sustainability

Ina Maria Walthert-Kaufmann

AMAG GROUP

Lead Group Sustainability

Tobias Peltenburg

TRUST SQUARE

Chief Executive Officer

Tobias Peltenburg

TRUST SQUARE

Chief Executive Officer

Hilda N. Liswani

WeBloom

Founder & CEO

Hilda N. Liswani

WeBloom

Founder & CEO

Sustainable & Inclusive Innovation | Forbes 30 Under 30 | Swiss Digital Shaper '21 | GreenBiz 30 Under 30

Thomas Dübendorfer

Internet Entrepreneur and Business Angel, President at Swiss ICT Investor Club (SICTIC), Information Security Expert

Thomas Dübendorfer

Internet Entrepreneur and Business Angel, President at Swiss ICT Investor Club (SICTIC), Information Security Expert

Thomas Dübendorfer is the president of the Swiss ICT Investor Club (SICTIC), business angel, information security expert and entrepreneur. He is a member of the board of directors at several companies. His areas of expertise include software engineering, Internet technologies, information security, IT and business strategy consulting, and seed investments.

He has served in a variety of tech lead, research, development, teaching, board member and consulting roles. He has more than seven years of practical experience in software engineering and technical leadership from working at Google. He has earned a Ph.D. and a M.S. degree in Computer Science with honours with distinction from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Zurich, Switzerland. He also did minor degrees in economics and in didactics.

Michael Baier

Wenger Vieli

Start-up-, VC- & M&A-Lawyer / Partner

Michael Baier

Wenger Vieli

Start-up-, VC- & M&A-Lawyer / Partner

Michael Baier is Partner at Wenger Vieli Ltd. and a passionate venture capital and start-up lawyer. He leads the Start-up Desk and supports tech-based start-ups through all of their growth stages, in particular in relation to spin-offs, financing rounds, exit transactions, and the structuring of employee incentive programs. Michael Baier also advises investors on equity investments in Swiss start-ups and has extensive experience with M&A transactions.

Christoph Falk

Innosuisse

Manager and Deputy of the Head of Division Start-ups and Next Generation Innovators

Christoph Falk

Innosuisse

Manager and Deputy of the Head of Division Start-ups and Next Generation Innovators

Christoph has been supporting and promoting the creation and development of science-based startups for over a decade. In various roles, he designs, develops and manages initiatives and programs to bring innovative ideas to market. Currently, he is the deputy head of the start-up division at Innosuisse and supervises the start-up coaching programs. In parallel, he is member of a research group at the University of Bergen working on causal data analysis.

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