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  • German Accelerator - scale globally
    Life Sciences The German Accelerator Life Sciences GALS provides individualized advice and highly flexible services tailored towards the specific needs and objectives of startups and emerging companies from the following five segments Therapeutics Diagnostics Digital health Medical devices Platform technologies services Learn More With German Accelerator s support we validated our U S market opportunity and quickly developed a successful strategy to enter the world s most important market Karsten Bayer COO datavirtuality FEATURED SUCCESS STORIES Raised more than 13 million and got acquired by Cisco Raised 34 million in funding Raised 5 million seed round Meet All Our Companies Mentors Our mentors are at the core of everything we do Experts and advisors challenge you and prepare your company to successfully enter the U S market Whether you need to optimize your business model define a U S go to market strategy or acquire customers and partners we ll match you with the right mentors to guide you to international growth Thomas Kiessling Boston Life Sciences Daphne Kis New York Tech Bennett Theimann New York Tech Jock Breitwieser Silicon Valley Tech Meet All Our Mentors FAQs Is the German Accelerator right for my company We are looking for companies that have the potential to become global market leaders Participating company size varies widely and does not impact acceptance We support startups with as few as five team members and little revenue to more mature companies with more than 100 team members and eight digit revenues Some key factors we look for include Your product is relevant for the U S market Your startup is adequately funded through your potential program participation including the associated travel accommodation and business expenses Your team has the bandwidth to operate in two locations for the duration of the program Visit our Tech and

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  • Tech - German Accelerator
    Most of the selected startups however consist of a founding team with complementary skillsets Close Cost FAQ HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PROGRAM All program services including mentoring and office space are free Companies however are responsible for associated costs such as travel and accommodations DOES GERMAN ACCELERATOR TAKE EQUITY OR OPTIONS FROM THE SELECTED COMPANIES No We take no equity WHAT FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES DOES A PARTICIPATING COMPANY HAVE Program participants are responsible for covering all of their associated expenses including travel accommodations and any other costs related to developing your business in the U S Note German Accelerator will supply you with a starter kit and a sample budget as soon as you are selected for the program ANYTHING ELSE I SHOULD BE AWARE OF REGARDING COST All provided services are free of charge for program participants Please note Upon acceptance into the program and no later than 8 weeks prior to program start each selected company will be asked to confirm their participation preferred location and preferred quarterly start date To guarantee their spot each selected company is required to pay a refundable participation deposit of 1 000 NET within 3 business days of confirming program participation The deposit will be refunded in full upon successful of the program Close Application FAQ HOW AND WHEN DO I APPLY You can apply online at any time prior to the deadline Start by providing your company name email address and answers to two basic questions You will then receive a confirmation email with the instructions to continue the online application process The next application deadline for program participation beginning in Q1 January 2017 start date or Q2 2017 April 2017 start date is August 21st 2016 Application process overview Online Application Answer about 20 questions Two Skype Interviews 30 mins each Presentation in front of Selection Committee in Germany Participants announced at Celebrating Innovation event in Germany HOW DO YOU SELECT COMPANIES FOR THE PROGRAM We have established an expert committee which evaluates all applications based on a predefined set of admission criteria DO I NEED TO SEND IN A BUSINESS PLAN No Just fill out the online application and upload a short video introducing your team WILL YOU PROTECT MY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY Our application process does not require you to provide information about your secret sauce and you will not be required to disclose information about details of your proprietary technology We will however ask for information that demonstrates your business progress funding status and market opportunity This information is critical to help us evaluate your fit for the program CAN I RE APPLY FOR THE PROGRAM Our program is highly competitive and unfortunately we can t accommodate all applicants We do our best to select the companies that we believe have the greatest potential to benefit from the program If you are not accepted the first time you apply you are welcome to re apply for a later round One piece of advice Please

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  • Life Sciences - German Accelerator
    to go global your technology has the potential to impact human lives IS THERE A COMPANY AGE LIMIT TO QUALIFY FOR THE PROGRAM There is no age limit for companies to participate We welcome both early stage startups and emerging companies ARE YOU LOOKING FOR COMPANIES OF A CERTAIN SIZE No Size does not matter CAN I APPLY IF OUR COMPANY OR FOUNDERS ARE NOT FROM GERMANY As long as your company is affiliated with Germany you are welcome to apply Founder nationality does not at all impact your chances for admittance I AM A SINGLE FOUNDER CAN I APPLY FOR THE PROGRAM Of course Close Cost FAQ HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PROGRAM All program services including mentoring and office space are free Close Application FAQ HOW AND WHEN CAN I APPLY You can apply online at any time Start by simply providing your company name and contact information You will then receive a confirmation email with detailed instructions how to continue the online application process The process is easy We ask you to answer approximately 20 questions about your company team and business There are no application deadlines and start dates are flexible as we aim to accommodate your company s specific needs and situation HOW DO YOU SELECT COMPANIES FOR THE PROGRAM We have assembled a group of life sciences experts This Selection Committee meets regularly and evaluates every application based on a predefined set of admission criteria CAN I RE APPLY Our program is highly competitive and we can accommodate only a small fraction of applicants We do our best to select the companies that we believe have the greatest potential to benefit from the program If you are not accepted the first time you are welcome to re apply at a later point in time One piece of advice Please update your application demonstrating any progress before re submitting your application Close Program FAQ WHEN DOES THE PROGRAM START The program is flexible and does not have a set start date It is tailored to your specific needs and 100 individualized We work with you to design a customized work plan around your company s needs and goals HOW LONG IS THE PROGRAM The program does not have a set duration and can be structured in a flexible manner DO I HAVE TO BE PRESENT IN THE U S FOR THE ENTIRE SUPPORT PERIOD No Depending on your company s situation you will have flexibility in your location You can work in either the U S or Germany at various points of the program However immersion in the local ecosystem will be valuable for you and your company Hence you should consider carefully whether this is a good time for you to apply DO YOU HELP WITH VISA IMMIGRATION ISSUES We are happy to support your visa application with a letter of recommendation However as visa immigration issues can vary according to your personal situation we recommend that you obtain expert

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  • Portfolio - German Accelerator
    Sciences Read More Life Sciences Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Life Sciences Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech FEATURED SUCCESS STORIES Raised more than 13 million and got acquired by Cisco Raised 34 million in funding Raised 5 million seed round Alumni All Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech Read More Tech

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  • News - German Accelerator
    S market and scaling globally welcomed over 100 guests from the New York City startup community to the 4th edition of its Captivate event Captivate New York City German Accelerator s Demo Day took place at Rise New York and was sponsored Read More HONEYWELL ACQUIRES GERMAN ACCELERATOR ALUMNI COMPANY MOVILIZER Movilizer a member of the German Accelerator Tech program s Q3 2015 cohort will join forces with an industry leading Fortune 100 diversified technology and manufacturing leader Palo Alto CA March 1st 2016 Movilizer a leading provider of enterprise solutions for track and trace direct store delivery and field maintenance founded in Mannheim Germany announced today that Honeywell has acquired the company for Read More NYU Tandon School of Engineering and German Accelerator bring German Green Tech to NY New York City NY February 10 2016 The NYU Tandon School of Engineering Incubator network and German Accelerator recently began working together to bring German energy efficient engineering to the United States The first German green tech company to join the German Accelerator housed within the NYU Tandon Incubator system is MeteoViva GmbH a SaaS software as a service provider for green building management Read More First four companies selected to participate in the German Accelerator Life Sciences program in Cambridge CAMBRIDGE MA BONN Jan 13 2016 During the 34th JP Morgan Healthcare Conference the German Accelerator Life Sciences GALS announced the first four companies to participate in its Cambridge based program AYOXXA Biosystems PEPperPRINT Personal MedSystems and Sonormed will receive support tailored towards the specific needs of each company for up to 12 months The scope of these young German Read More German Accelerator New York captivates the NYC startup scene for a third time New York City NY December 15 2015 For the third time this year Captivate

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  • Partnerships - German Accelerator
    Receive access to latest technologies and trends Foster innovation and intrapreneurship Immerse into one of its kind startup ecosystems Position your company as an internationally recognized thought leader Find out more Strategic Partners Innovation Partners Community Partners Operations Partners Tech

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  • Mentors - German Accelerator
    Jorg New York Tech Read Bio Christian Mangstl Silicon Valley Tech Read Bio Colin Behr Silicon Valley Tech Read Bio Daphne Kis New York Tech Read Bio Dirk Kanngiesser Silicon Valley Tech Read Bio Dirk Lueth Silicon Valley Tech Read Bio Dominik Grau New York Tech Read Bio Eduard Weichselbaumer Silicon Valley Tech Read Bio EJ Dieterle Silicon Valley Tech Read Bio Eric Muller Silicon Valley Tech Read Bio Geoff Baum Selection Committee Silicon Valley Tech Read Bio Gerry Mintz New York Tech Read Bio Gregor Hochmuth New York Tech Read Bio Guido Appenzeller Silicon Valley Tech Read Bio Heather Todd Silicon Valley Tech Read Bio James Kollegger New York Tech Read Bio Jawed Karim Silicon Valley Tech Read Bio Jean Marie Bergeal New York Tech Read Bio Jock Breitwieser Silicon Valley Tech Read Bio Joseph Rhyne New York Tech Read Bio Joshua Cohen New York Tech Read Bio Kate Morgan New York Tech Read Bio Ken Singer Silicon Valley Tech Read Bio Klaus Peter Statz New York Tech Read Bio L J Kim Silicon Valley Tech Read Bio Leif Abraham New York Tech Read Bio Liz Sara New York Tech Read Bio Mario Herger Silicon Valley Tech Read Bio Markus Maex Ament Silicon Valley Tech Read Bio Markus Peters Boston Life Sciences Read Bio Mathias Woker Boston Life Sciences Read Bio Michael Bogenstaetter Boston Life Sciences Read Bio Michael Kelly Silicon Valley Tech Read Bio Michael McGrail Boston Life Sciences Read Bio Michael Meirer Silicon Valley Tech Read Bio Oliver Hanisch Silicon Valley Tech Read Bio Oliver Muhr New York Tech Read Bio Phil Schnyder New York Tech Read Bio Ram Srinivasan Silicon Valley Tech Read Bio Randall Fahey Silicon Valley Tech Read Bio Reena Nadkarni Silicon Valley Tech Read Bio Roswitha Rodrigues New York Tech Read Bio Sabrina

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  • Team - German Accelerator
    Responsibilities Max Sagasser Responsibilities Rachel N Smith Responsibilities Stefanie Schmitz Responsibilities Teddy Goldstein Responsibilities Selection Committee All Tech Life Sciences Andy Goldstein Responsibilities MD German Entrepreneurship Christoph Lengauer Responsibilities CEO GA Life Sciences Daphne Kis Responsibilities Derek Young Responsibilities Founder CEO i360medical Dietmar Rieg Responsibilities President CEO German American Chamber of Commerce Dirk Kanngiesser Responsibilities CEO GA Inc and GA Silicon Valley Eric Muller Responsibilities Frank Diehl Responsibilities CSO Life Science Business Unit Sysmex Corp Geoff Baum Responsibilities Johannes Velling Responsibilities Head of Section Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy Kirti Patel Responsibilities CEO Eppendorf Manufacturing Corporation EMC Michael Bogenstaetter Responsibilities Management Consultant Prof Dietmar Harhoff Responsibilities Chairman GA Inc Ralf Dolk Responsibilities Ram Srinivasan Responsibilities Thomas Kiessling Responsibilities Product Development Executive Advisory Council All Tech Life Sciences Angelika Geiger Responsibilities Director Germany Trade Invest Anula Jayasuriya Responsibilities Founder EXXclaim Capital Brita Wagener Responsibilities Consul General German Consulate General in New York Caroline Raynaud Responsibilities MD German American Business Association Charlie Cameron Responsibilities SVP Strategy Cooley LLP Daniel Zimmermann Responsibilities Partner WilmerHale Dietmar Harhoff Responsibilities Chairman GA Inc Dietmar Rieg Responsibilities President CEO German American Chamber of Commerce Joann Halpern Responsibilities Director German Center for Research and Innovation GCRI Johannes

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