GreenTech Startup Battle - Romandie

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.

3 selected startups from Romandie 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:

Mobbot: Mobbot develops new technologies for the digitalization of shotcrete processes

Resilio: Resilio support companies in their sustainable digital transition.

Droople SA: Building the Internet of Water

The experts of this regional GreenTech Startup Battle – Romandie are Raphaël Conz, Marcel Egger, and Beatrice Schaffner; it will be moderated by Lukas Krienbühl.

The GreenTech Startup Battle is presented by Innosuisse, operated by digitalswitzerland, supported by Trust Square, Amag Innovation Venture Lab, SICTIC and powered by the canton de Vaud.

Speaker

Beatrice Schaffner

Schaffner Smart Solutions AG

CEO

Beatrice Schaffner

Schaffner Smart Solutions AG

CEO

Marcel Egger

SICTIC

Board of Directors

Marcel Egger

SICTIC

Board of Directors

Raphaël Conz

Canton de Vaud

Head of the Business Unit, Service for the Promotion of the Economy and Innovation (SPEI)

Raphaël Conz

Canton de Vaud

Head of the Business Unit, Service for the Promotion of the Economy and Innovation (SPEI)

Raphaël Conz ist Leiter der Geschäftseinheit, Service for the Promotion of the Economy and Innovation (SPEI), beim Kanton Waadt.

Lukas Krienbuehl

Innosuisse

Co-responsable de la communication

Lukas Krienbuehl

Innosuisse

Co-responsable de la communication

Lukas Krienbuehl is a communication expert and passionate about innovation, technology and political processes. He is currently Co-Head of communications at Innosuisse – the Swiss Innovation Agency which supports and funds science-based innovation in Switzerland. Previously, he worked in the innovation department of Swiss Post in Bern. After completing his studies in international relations in Geneva and Dublin, he worked in international cooperation for several years.

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