Powering the EU Missions with the European Business Angel Network

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Powering the EU Missions with the European Business Angel Network

March 29 @ 16:00 - 18:00

Join us on 29/03 to hear pitches from startups that are realising the EU missions!

You are invited to Powering the EU Missions with the European Business Angel Network on March 29th at 16:00-18:00 CEST. We are delighted to be showcasing some of the most promising startups addressing the 5 EU Missions. All of the companies are raising investments to accelerate their growth plans. They have all received grant funding from the EU Commission and are now ready to enter the market or scale-up their businesses. Each startup will have 7 minutes to pitch followed by a a 7-minute Q&A by our expert investor jury. This event is brought to you by the European Commission’s Horizon Results Platform, the European Business Angels Network and VO-Europe. Find out more by reading this Brochure!

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Which companies will pitch?

Peptichip enables accurate, user-friendly, fast  and standardised tumour neoantigen identification from small biopsies. By addressing the major hurdles in the clinical translation of cancer immunotherapies, it helps unleash  their  full potential and paves  the way for truly personalised immunotherapies.

Nova Innovation is a pioneering, world-leader in tidal energy. They design, build and operate tidal energy turbines that generate electricity from the natural ebb and flow of the tide. Nova’s turbines have no visual impact on the landscape/seascape and work in harmony with the natural environment.

Kitro is harnessing the power of technology and using it for sustainable change. Created by hospitality insiders, Kitro strives to bring back the value of food, so it is appreciated and not wasted. With artificial intelligence as the foundation, Kitro offers an automated food waste data collection and analysis solution.

Ranmarine has created WasteShark: the world’s first autonomous drone designed to remove unwanted material from urban water. Modeled on the whale shark, it “eats” its prey with minimum effort and maximum efficiency, without harming other species or disrupting the environment.

Signtime is providing semi – automated translations into sign language with avatar technology, along with videos in animated sign language, creating Accessible Resources for Cultural Heritage EcoSystems.

Yangi manufactures fiber-based materials in packaging. It uses a technology for dry molded cellulose-based packaging, which is the best alternative to 3D rigid plastic packaging in terms of performance, cost, and environmental impact.

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March 29
16:00 - 18:00
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