International Bootcamp: Frankfurt

Within the EIT Climate-KIC accelerator model, bootcamps are an important mean to strengthen the start-ups’ sustainable business models and to develop the international cleantech start-up-community.
A common theme throughout the bootcamps is the importance of knowledge creation through collaborative work.

Get connected at the International Boot Camp at Provadis Hochschule in Frankfurt

08th – 10th May 2019

This year, the International Boot Camp (IBC) of the EIT Climate-KIC RIS Accelerator will take place from the 08th until the 10th of May 2019 at Provadis Hochschule in Frankfurt.

In total, we expect 170 participants from 84 different start-ups from 12 Regional Innovation Scheme (RIS) countries including Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Estonia, Greece, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, and Slovenia.

A common theme throughout the IBC is the importance of knowledge creation through collaborative work. Therefore, the IBC in Frankfurt is dedicated to create a pan-European start-up community, unfold synergies between the RIS start-ups and to create a joint spirit at the beginning of the programme. The participating start-ups will learn how to further define and validate their sustainable busines models and how to get investor ready to scale-up their promising solutions.

The Provadis Hochschule is located in Frankfurt, which is a central hub for international companies from various industries and in particular from the financial, manufacturing and chemical industries. For this reason, a matchmaking between the particpating start-ups and corporates plus potential investors will take place for the first time on the 09th of May from 05:00 pm on at the Center for industry and sustainabilty at Provadis Hochschule to connect the RIS start-ups to relevant stakeholders that could help them to successfully growth their business.

For further Information regarding the IBC, please contact:
thorsten.bergmann@provadis-hochschule.de

For further information regarding the matchmaking between the participating start-ups and corporates plus investors, please contact:
bernd.winters@provadis-hochschule.de