In collaboration with the Entrepreneurship Hub of TU Braunschweig, GINSUM is happy to publish its first ClimateTech Briefing. The first publication of the series analyzes the status quo of ClimateTech in Germany and Israel
Summer is slowly drawing to a close. At the Media Docks in Lübeck, however, hot topics were once again discussed at the end of August: How can we catch up with the innovation gap in the German economy?
From July 3rd to 7th 2022, ELNET Germany again traveled to Israel with a delegation of 24 high-ranking participants as part of
The first German-Israeli SME Day took place in Chemnitz from June 7th to 9th. The aim was to link Israeli startups with German medium-sized companies, as well as to exchange knowledge and discuss content.
In May 2020, the beginning of the commercial space age was marked by SpaceX, as the first private company to ever send humans into space. Since then, the private space market
After a successful Digital Health delegation to Israel, GINSUM and MindUP hosted a webinar on the health landscape in Germany and its current developments in digital
After various failed attempts due to Covid-19, we finally managed to execute our first GINSUM Delegation on the topic of Digital Health! On November 21, 2021, GINSUM in cooperation with Start-Up Nation Central, hosted
The DACH market (Germany, Austria, and Switzerland) is one of the most profitable markets in the world. This is a guide on how to start working there.
GINSUM had the great pleasure to cooperate with Seedhouse a to bring together the exciting technologies of Israeli FoodTech startups together with the Seedhouse network partners, including leading Mittelstand food manufacturing companies.
GINSUM had the honor to host the 2021 Digital study trip to Israel which was organized by the VKU. Read more on how the event worked and what we learned from various innovativ Israeli startups.
In the growing field of Insurtech in Israel today there are about 100 companies. Israel is home to the worlds leading Insurtech companies and has seen mega investment rounds.
Israel received the nickname, "The Start Up Nation" largely due its unique entrepreneurial eco-system but it is also thanks to Israeli venture capital firms. We are giving an overview of Israel´s venture capital landscape.
Philip Velmer explains how German medium-sized companies should proceed if they are interested in cooperating with Israeli start-ups
As businesses undergo digital transformations and shift their value offerings to a virtual space, the payment industry rapidly develops to meet new demands.
How does Israel manage to stay at the forefront of technology in different areas? And what makes it so unique that so many international players come here looking for the next innovation?
GINSUM gave innovative Israeli startups the choice to include their business models in front of top-class participants.
Israel is a small country with around 9 million inhabitants in a geopolitically difficult environment and is actually only seen as an attractive production location in the semiconductor and armaments sector.
The GISEP developed a Go-To-Market-Guide that lays out the main steps and challenges to open up a subsidiary office in Germany. The guide will provide transparent and English-speaking information that helps both founders and investors to un