26.11.2018 – 14:13
Berlin goes Slush
On the 4th and 5th of december, the world's leading startup event Slush gathers investors, entrepreneurs and tech enthusiasts from more than 130 nations in Helsinki. media:net is bringing berlin's digital economy with a joint booth to the Finnish capital.
Berlin, 26.11.2018 The digital economy from Berlin and Brandenburg is
presenting itself on both days to the international startup community.
Exhibitors of the "berlin.digital" booth are:
The localization and voice-over production agency Altagram, the rating platform for the finance and insurance industry BankingCheck, the storytelling specialist gamebook, the e-learning and cloud based information agent Interlake, obob - the smart app for construction professionals, the sleep drink provider sleep.ink, the startup and transfer center Potsdam Transfer, Würth Elektronik group of companies and the feedback management platform zenloop.
Together with partners from Germany Trade & Ivest (GTAI), the Digital Hub Initiative, Berlin Partner and BerlinBalticNordic.net the exhibitors will be found in hall 6C.6.
On the first evening, initiative BerlinBalticNordic.net is also holding the Investors' Dinner where founders can pitch their ideas to potential investors and receive financing opportunities.
Participating investors and startups are from Germany, Netherlands, Sweden, France, China, Estonia, USA, Switzerland and UK.
Slush is regarded as the highlight event for startups in the final season of a year full of events and trade fairs. In 2017, roughly
20.000 participants have been attracted to visit Finland's capital during the Finnish winter. On more than six stages keynotes and panel talks can be seen.
The Berlin-Brandenburg booth is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund and organised by media:net on behalf of Berlin's Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises.
Please find license-free pictures of SLUSH here:
(free when mentoring credits to the photographer and the name of the
Foto: Slush/Jussi Hellsten