Europe’s platform for genuine high-tech innovation

 
 
 

 

#OURMISSION

 


Strong research institutions, global leaders in high-tech products, highly skilled engineers and scientists: this is Europe’s economic unfair advantage compared to most countries on this planet. High-Tech Ventures is driven by leveraging high-tech into global markets.

 

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We curate the best stories, ideas and people in the field of high-tech ventures.

We host invitation-only events where you can exchange best practices with other high-tech experts.

Participate in thought leadership on high-tech innovation via our High-Tech Ventures blog.

Get your high-tech project “market- & investor-ready” with our workshop series.

 

 

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Thorsten Lambertus

FDAYS ®
FRAUNHOFER VENTURE


Peter Keinz

PROFESSOR FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION
E-AND-I.ORG
INN2.BIZ

 

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Accelerating against a wall!

Accelerating against a wall!

July 15, 2017

12th batch, 12 weeks, 12 teams.. another high-quality FDays® batch ended last week and once again we had a tremendous portfolio of high-tech projects stemming from various research institutions (Fraunhofer, DLR/Helmholtz, RWTH Aachen University). The biggest challenge for us as program managers, mentors and coaches still lies in coping with the heterogeneity of technologies, targeted … Read More

STREAM Summer School: Educating the next generation of Science-Preneurs

STREAM Summer School: Educating the next generation of Science-Preneurs

June 27, 2017

  “Knowledge transfer is an inherent component of CERN’s mission and culture: it fuels scientific collaboration and great technological endeavors alike; it drives innovation, motivates future generations of scientists, and makes the general public aware of the impact of basic science on their lives.”    This quote can be found within CERN’s Knowledge Transfer Report … Read More

Evidence-based innovation: why opinions harm your innovation process

Evidence-based innovation: why opinions harm your innovation process

June 17, 2017

Researchers develop technologies by following a process of trial-and-error. If a technology is working, or not working, is not assessed based upon opinions, but by creating evidence that this thing actually works. However, when it comes to business, our experience shows that these highly-skilled individuals switch to a quite different rationale: planning instead of doing, … Read More