A conference on "Start-ups and spin-offs funding – Public and private policies" will be held on Tuesday, October 14th, 2014 at the Embassy of France in Berlin. The aim of this conference is to present the best practices implemented in France and Germany in this sector. Thus, the conference will bring together representatives of national and European institutions, as well as companies.
This conference, which will take place from 10:00 am to 7:30pm, includes keynotes given by high level speakers, among them:
- Mrs. Axelle Lemaire, State Secretary for Digital Affairs at the French Ministry of the Economy, Industry and Digital Sector
- Mrs. Brigitte Zypries, Parliamentary State Secretary at the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy
- Dr. Ute Günther, President of the German Business Angels Network
- Mr. Denis Gautheret, Vice-President Alliances & Business, Deutsche Telekom AG
- Mr. Nicolas Lesur, President of Financement Participatif France
- Mr. Denis Bartelt, CEO Startnext, Startnext Crowdfunding UG
- Mr. Eric Sebellin Air Liquide
- Pr. Alexander Kritikos Head of Markets and Competition Department, German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin)
This conference is free of charge and will be held in English.
Registration & up-to-date program: www.science-allemagne.fr/fr/berlin-innovation-2014/. The number of seats is limited to 200, a confirmation of your registration containing a personal invitation will be sent to you.
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