The workshop provides specific tools, guidance and frameworks for successful international growth, scaling and fundraising. It is aimed at early-stage startups from all industries, teams that have not yet founded, as well as teams from the university sector.
The goal is to raise awareness for dealing with topics like scaling and internationalization from the very beginning. With a mix of didactic presentations and interactive questions, our speaker Marc Filerman, Managing Partner US, German Entrepreneurship, will address topics like captable, problem-solution-fit as well as the perspective of international venture capital and much more.
He will give you an overview of the most important areas, buzzwords and technical terms and explain why the focus should not always be on the domestic market but also on the international market. In the end, you will leave the event with a global scaling mentality, an understanding of the success factors of internationalization and fundraising, and insights into opportunities in relevant markets worldwide.
- Marc Filerman | Managing Partner US, German Entrepreneurship, Healthtech Life Sciences
Marc is a healthcare innovation leader with more than 30 years of experience in market development and early-stage commercialization. He has broad corporate and start-up experience leading marketing, sales, and BD. Marc co-founded Cold Spring Diagnostics, a molecular imaging start-up, and was Chief Commercial Officer of Secora, an NIH-funded homecare technology company. He has B.S. and M.S. degrees from MIT in Mechanical Engineering, did graduate work at the MIT AI Lab, and started his career as an engineer atdesigning ultrasound imaging equipment. Since June 2019, Marc supports the German Accelerator as Managing Partner and leads the Life Sciences and Kickstart programs.
Participation is of course free of charge for our community. So register right away!
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ABOUT GERMAN ENTREPRENEURSHIP |
In partnering with start-ups, investors, corporates, universities and public organizations, German Entrepreneurship shapes the future through innovation. It supports European and German start-ups with specific programs like German Accelerator, Scaler8, EU-India Innocenter, Master Accelerator and Scale-up.NRW. With its global network of experts it has supported over 850 start-ups since 2008 - inlcuding 10 German Unicorns like Flixbus and Celonis.
Whether DAX-listed companies or medium-sized businesses, German Entrepreneurship has already successfully implemented more than 500 innovation projects - from innovation coaching to in-company accelerators.
They have offices in Munich, Berlin, Düsseldorf, Singapore, Tokyo, Silicon Valley, Boston and New York and work closely with partners in India and South Korea.