Start-up meets industry: Productivity Symposium on October 7th in Neu-Ulm

Concept AG, in cooperation with Bansbach GmbH, invites you to the “Productivity Symposium 2021” at the Classic Oldtimer Factory in Neu-Ulm. The aim of this event is to mediate between start-ups and established companies in order to bring together tech know-how and industrial competence. Around 30 start-ups present themselves during the entire symposium and have the opportunity to meet with decision-makers.

So far, many companies have hardly come into contact with digital start-ups. Conversely, young founders would like to have connections with established companies, but they do not yet have contact persons there. In order to close this gap, the Productivity Symposium was launched by the management consultancy Concept AG with the support of the auditing and tax consultancy company Bansbach. They want to make innovative developments known to medium-sized companies and promote the exchange between young experts and decision-makers.

Jens Fabrowsky, Vice President Automotive Electronics for Semiconductors and Components at Robert Bosch, has agreed to be the keynote speaker. His lecture is: “How does AI help in production today and tomorrow?”. Joachim Erdle (Head of Corporate Finance at LBBW / BW Bank), Regina Brückner (Management of the Brückner Group), Hannes Hinteregger (Avedon Capital Partner) and Dr. Harald Balzer (CEO of Concept AG) will participate in the panel discussion. After the final lecture by Fabian Bodensteiner (CEO GmbH) “Enrich your working life”, the “Bansbach Elevator Startup Award” will be presented.

Around 250 participants and 30 start-ups are expected this year. KALTENBACH.SOLUTIONS will also be represented with an information booth. After more than four years on the market, the company moves safely in the world of start-ups as well as in the world of industry and can combine specific tech know-how with extensive expertise for the benefit of customers in the steel industry.

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