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VBKI meets start-ups

Make contacts via stopwatch

Photo: VBKI

On October 25, the dating carousel spun again at our established event format: Business Speed Dating.Old and New Economy can learn a lot from each other - that has been known for a long time. But how can new talent be attracted and existing employees motivated? What opportunities are there to ensure that New Work is really put into practice in companies?

Established companies, such as the Gegenbauer Group and Tegel Project GmbH, used the evening in the Porsche Innovations Lab to discuss these issues with young founders, such as Regional Hero GmbH and Taste Twelve GmbH, in a three-minute introductory talk.
The stopwatch did its work relentlessly - after 180 seconds, the bell rang and it was time to move on to the next conversation partner. Business cards were exchanged and, in addition to many cheerful and entertaining moments, the first business contacts were made.


"We will live on the moon one day"

Entrepreneur meeting with the NewSpace startup Neurospace

Making life on another planet possible - that is the passion of Berlin start-up Neurospace, which has been working on the development of a moon rover since 2020. At the VBKI Entrepreneur Meeting in cooperation with the Berliner Morgenpost, founder and CEO Irene Selvanathan spoke with entrepreneur Lea-Sophie Cramer about her ambitions and visions.

Neurospace is just one of many space companies focusing on lunar research. The team of engineers behind the Sri Lankan native is working on the development of a moon rover based on an existing satellite structure. In three years' time, the small lunar vehicle is set to pave the way for life on the moon. For example, it will be able to explore radiation and various raw material deposits on the moon and act autonomously with the help of artificial intelligence.
Irene Selvanathan describes her company's project not only as an affair of the heart, but also as a collective opportunity to advance important findings in lunar research. "Comparatively speaking, the moon is still very unknown. That's why we are looking for people who want to work with us - be it partners, customers or enthusiasts who want to contribute to the development of our rover," says Selvanathan.

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