Indo-German Start-up Cooperation: Meet the Stakeholders

Whether you are looking into market access to Germany, expand your startup in India or are looking for a partner incubator, Germany has several organisations that support start-ups and incubators to connect with each other.

At this web-talk four key players will give an insight into their support mechanisms and discuss how Indo-German start-up cooperation can drive innovation.

Registrations for this event are now closed.

Event Information

May 19, 2022, 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM

Organizer(s): DWIH New Delhi

Indo-German Start-up Cooperation: Meet the Stakeholders

Indo-German Start-up Cooperation: Meet the Stakeholders

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Dr. Sumedha Chouthe

Program Director Asia, German Accelerator

German Accelerator empowers German start-ups to scale globally. Their Market Discovery program helps German start-ups validate the suitability of their business in new potential target markets such as India.

Julian Zix

Project Lead, GINSEP

The German Indian Start-up Exchange Program (GINSEP) supports German and Indian start-ups by offering networking opportunities, workshops, pitching formats and study trips, providing information and hands-on assistance.

Chaitra Dole

Manager, Indo German Chamber of Commerce

AHK India provides market information and insights to startups, assessing market entry opportunities and establishing a value proposition. They offer guidance and coaching to startups on scaling up and developing sales strategies in their respective markets.

Dr. Katja Lasch

Director, DWIH New Delhi

DWIH supports incubators at research institutions and universities from India and Germany to expand their international network and their science-based start-ups to go international at an early-stage. Offers include advice on start-up ecosystems, networking, workshops and onsite exposure.