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Start-up Scene 2020 – Trends and Developments

20. June 2012
International Sharing Expertise at Family Day 2012 in Bonn on 20 June High-Tech Gründerfonds’ Family Day has established itself as one of the largest events in the venture capital scene in Germany. This venue is where HTGF’s portfolio meets institutional and non-institutional investors from Germany and abroad to share experiences and initiate possible investments. Over 750 attendees, 300 of whom More …

High-tech start-ups on the way to becoming the new hidden champions of tomorrow?

14. June 2012
International Sharing Expertise at the Family Day 2012 in Bonn on 20 June German small or medium-sized world market leaders, the so-called hidden champions, are essential for the export-driven German economy. Hardly known, mostly owner-operated, but unsurpassed in their sector – those are the qualities of these enterprises. What potential does a start-up need to get that far? What rules More …

International Sharing Expertise at the Family Day 2012 in Bonn on June 20

8. June 2012
Company Exit: End of the Line or New Start? As soon as a company in the high-tech field is founded the so-called exit forms part of many business plans, because a successful sale is in most cases the consequence of a successful development of the company and its value. But what is the real motivation for founders and investors to More …

Germany: start-up country – ready for take-off?

31. May 2012
International sharing expertise at the Family Day 2012 on 20th June in Bonn Bonn, 30th May 2012 – From Berlin as the new Silicon Valley to the med-tech and bio-tech sectors in greater Munich and through to the energy and clean-tech market – ever more foreign VCs and non-institutional investors are persuaded by German companies and the location, Germany and More …

Cleantech – Energy Market of the Future

25. January 2012
Sharing Expertise at the Technology Conference in Bonn on 1st February The energy policy of the German government sends a clear signal in the direction of cleantech, and thus to clean, environmentally-sound technologies. The objective is a steady, secured and inexpensive energy supply in Germany. This presents major challenges to energy companies, especially in the field of renewable energies. The More …

Innovation meets strong partners

18. January 2012
On 1st February 2012 High-Tech Gründerfonds is holding the third High-Tech Partnering Conference in Bonn. The technology conference has become a pivotal networking platform between innovative technology companies and the established industry. Awaiting the approx. 200 high-ranking representatives from industry and commerce is a mixture of demanding specialist workshops, prominent keynote speakers and top-class panel discussions. Get in touch – More …

Cutting-edge technology meets industry

27. April 2010
Forward-looking alliances between start-ups and industrial companies initiated  – Around 200 high-calibre guests from business, government and the media today made their appearance at the first High-Tech Partnering Conference in Bonn. More than 50 young portfolio companies of the High-Tech Gründerfonds will be presenting their concepts for success exclusively in front of a large number of representatives from industry. The More …