After our first virtual Startup Tour in 2020 for Indian entrepreneurs we knew: We want to organize this again! Creating synergies across continents between startups, investors, incubators and other stakeholders has always been the main goal of GINSEP. That’s why no event represents our DNA better than the Startup Tour to Germany.
Migrant founders in the US play a key role in the ecosystem as many studies highlight. But also in Germany their contribution to the German startup ecosystem is growing. As the recent Migrant Founders Monitor by the German Startups Associations has found out, around 20.3% of all startup founders have a migration background.
Business opportunities in India for German startups with focus on Industrial IoT, Health-, Clean-, Agri- and GreenTech
For some time now, the Indian government has been actively working to improve the investment climate for foreign companies. This does not only apply to established industrial companies but also to the booming startup sector. In total, over 11000 startups were founded...
Mithun Parambath, Founder and CEO of 4Pilots, has set his aim on contributing to safety in the mobility sector with the help of advanced photon technology. Mithun’s idea for his venture came from the fact that many road accidents take place globally because of drivers...
Moving to another country brings along many new processes to follow. Opening a bank account, finding the right health insurance and registering with the foreign authorities are only a few steps one has to undertake when arriving in a new country. The startup Coracle is offering fully digital, seamless blocked account and health insurance services for international students coming to Germany.
Cancer is one of the most severe diseases, not only in India but worldwide. It is very challenging to provide treatment to the patients due to various reasons. The German startup Canostix GmbH is trying to close this gap by delevoping a test to detect and diagnose cancer in India in an affordable and accessible manner.
Becoming self-employed in Germany is no easy feat, but hopefully, this guide will give you the push needed to get started. Please keep in mind, an “anmeldung” (address registration), valid residence permit and health insurance are required to proceed.
Since 2020 the world is not the same anymore. Social distancing and remote working have become the norm. And while Germany is going from lockdown to lockdown since October 2020 and hopes to ease restrictions in the coming months with the vaccination initiative gaining traction, India just entered another lockdown. But there is hope on the horizon.
Companies that create social and ecological solutions are on the rise globally. Especially in developing countries products and services that tackle pressing challenges for the Bottom of the Pyramid (BoP) are in dire need. With the Corona pandemic threatening the growth path of many economies, social enterprises are taking on an even more important role.
The German startup ecosystem is diverse, thus offers a variety of opportunities for startups from different sector. Especially so-called “Green Startups” are gaining traction as the newest Green Startup Monitor by the German Startups Association is highlighting. More than 30% of all German startups are Green Startups.