And they are back!
“TechCrunch Disrupt” is back. Back in the Berlin. Yes, Disrupt Berlin 2017 is going to be held in Berlin (Germany) this time. In short, if you are an Entrepreneur, Startup, or Investor, get ready for the innovative ideas, a lot of lessons, and introduction to the new edge of technology.
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One for Entrepreneurs, second for Startups, and third for Investors. In every section, it will contain carefully selected lessons from the overall “TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin 2017”. Soon after the event, we will update the content with the above-mentioned information. First, let’s have a look at the basic information about the Disrupt Berlin 2017:
Disrupt Berlin 2017 is a two-day, single-track conference and startup competition on 4th and 5th December. The event gathers brightest entrepreneurs, investors, hackers, and tech-fans from all over the world to give you deep insights into the creative happening right now. The big changes. And the subtle trends.
Yes! Techcrunch Disrupt Berlin 2017 event is open to all the entrepreneurs, investors, hackers, later-stage startups, and tech-fans, who are interested in startups and tech. Get your tickets right now and right from here and become a part of this biggest event.
The Disrupt Berlin 2017 will take place on December 4-5 at Arena Berlin. The focus of the event is on startups and the bleeding edge of technology. In Startup Battlefield, fifteen startups are going to launch, and hundreds of young companies are exhibiting in Startup Alley.
Disrupt Berlin 2017 is also going to feature an impressive lineup of fireside chats, panels, and workshops with European and global tech scene. Cryptocurrency and blockchain companies are represented, too, so you shouldn’t miss a conversion with Gavin Wood and Jutta Steiner of Parity Technologies, who are going to talk about the potential of Ethereum and the blockchain.
In addition to this, a Berlin-based Ada Health has raised $47 million and co-founder and Chief Medical Officer Claire Novorol and AI entrepreneur William Tunstall-Pedoe are taking the stage to discuss AI, Health tech and expanding the company to the U.S.
Furthermore, Ida Tin, a Clue founder, and CEO will sit down for a fireside chat to discuss the growth of her company and femtech. She is also going to talk about the exploding Berlin’s tech scene that will also be discussed on a panel with two of Berlin’s top venture capital investors of Tanja Kufner and Christian Nagel of Earlybird Venture Capital.
And that’s just the start, get a complete agenda of the two-day event.
One of the most exciting parts of the event is speaker and judge, who is going to lead the entire event with important discussion and conversations about new product and company launches.
You must have a question in your mind that who will be the speakers of Disrupt Berlin 2017. Well, here are some of the speakers and judges of TechCrunch’s Disrupt in Berlin 2017:
Along with these above-mentioned speakers, there are many other speakers and judges, who will be present at the event. Get a complete list of the Disrupt Berlin 2017 speakers and judges with their detail information.
You must be excited to know the sponsors of the Disrupt Berlin 2017 because Disrupt can’t happen without its sponsors.
Some of the main sponsors of the event are Esri, Deutsche Bank API Program, European Innovation Council, Google, Innogy Innovation Hub, Lakestar, Microsoft, etc. Know more about all the sponsors of Disrupt Berlin 2017 conference.
This is the basic information. This is the beginning of the best technology event around the world. The gold is yet to come. Stay tuned. Again, we remind you to bookmark or save the URL of this blog. We are going to update this article on the first day of the event – 4th December.
As mentioned earlier, we are going to select the best ideas and information for Entrepreneurs, Startups, and Investors. For the people who are planning to change the world for the betterment of the humanity.
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We are back with the updates of Disrupt Berlin 2017, so entrepreneurs, startups, and investors can check out the below-given information about the event if they have missed it.
In the event, 15 teams have just taken the stage as part of the Startup Battlefield. And each startup demonstrated their product and answered questions from the expert judges of the event.
Then, the judges narrowed down it to five companies that are competing today to take home €42,000 and the Battlefield Cup.
Let’s have a look at the five companies that are competing and one of these companies will take the prize money and Battlefield Cup:
Caspar Health is a leading startup that wanted to make access to rehabilitative care easier and more accessible.
Currently, this high-end digital platform is allowing doctors to assign customizable therapy treatment plans to all those patients, who are following an injury, surgery or other medical events such as stroke that patients can then access with the help of an application on their device.
Like Caspar Health, other health organizations can also serve their patients with better services and stay connected with them through an application. They can have their own health application for their patients, allowing them to instantly connect with doctors and get complete healthcare solutions.
Blik is working on to modernize the entire process of knowing what’s in your warehouse, where certain products are stored and where they are in the product process. To execute this, it makes use of a combination of wireless sensors and indoor location tracking.
The Lia Diagnostics pregnancy test will be one of the first-ever flushable test available, delivering a more sustainable, disposable, convenient and private way for women to get if they are pregnant or not. Not like traditional tests, Lia Diagnostics tests are made from a special paper that will scatter in water and biodegrade.
eTrack Tech is one of the leading startups that is aiming to ensure that equipment functions are proper so that all the employees are safe and secure. However, industrial companies can save their money on one of the biggest expenses. The company is working on the device that looks like a router with a lot of multifunctional sensors with data streamed to a hub device for collection and analysis.
Wandlebots is focusing on solving a major problem in robotics. And it’s first product is a sensor-laden suit, which a person can wear to demonstrate actions so that a robot can then replicate what they do.
We are back with the updates about the winner of Disrupt Berlin 2017, so entrepreneurs and investors can check out the winner of the event and how they managed to win this successful event.
As mentioned above, there were 15 startups in the beginning that participated in this event, and after two days of fierce competition, we got the winner of the event.
Blik, Casper Health, eTrack Tech, Lia Diagnostics and Wandelbots made their way to the finale to demo in front of our final panel of judges, including Suranga Chandratillake (Balderton Capital), Tugce Ergul (Angel Labs), Luciana Lixandru(Accel Partners), Matthew Panzarino (TechCrunch) and Mark Schmitz (Lakestar).
And, here is the Startup Battlefield winner of TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin 2017 – Lia Diagnostics.
The Lia Diagnostics pregnancy test will be the first-ever flushable test to hit the market that will offer a more sustainable, disposable, convenient, and private way for women to look whether they are pregnant or not. Not like traditional tests, Lia tests are made from a special paper that will disperse in water and biodegrade.
Blik is the runner of the TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin 2017 that mainly aims to modernize the entire process of knowing what’s in your warehouse, where certain products are stored and where they are in the production process. To do this, it makes use of a combination of wireless sensors and indoor location tracking.
The event “Disrupt Berlin 2017” mainly focused on the buzzword-of-the-moment Blockchain.
What Blockchain is all about? How this technology is going to change different things? However, the answers to all these questions are so many because the use cases for blockchain technology beyond cryptocurrencies are still in their kid shoes.
Blockchain is a foundational technology that has made it easily possible to store value (monetary or virtual) and log transactions in a hard-linked, transparent, distributed record, which is not easily feasible to fake.
Apart from its most visible case behind bitcoin, this leading technology is seeing first apps in the advertising space as a way to trade inventory, flip the business models, and prevent fraud.
Talking about the apps, another big barrier to more mainstream blockchain adoption is UX, which is the kind of broad market acceptance. It is likely to happen when apps emerge that people can make without requiring any deep understanding of the “guts” of the technology.
The Winner of the Startup Battlefield at TechCrunch Disrupt berlin 2017 gives the best alternative solution to an archaic women’s health technology.
“1987 brought us the first cellphone, the boombox, the Apple personal computer and the at-home pregnancy test,” Bethany Edwards, co-Founder and CEO at Lia Diagnostics, said to Startup
Battlefield judges. “It’s been 30 years since 1987 and all of these revolutionary innovations have advanced significantly, except for one: the at-home pregnancy test.”
Lia Diagnostics developed the first-ever flushable pregnancy test, which is both biodegradable and discreet, with 99% of accuracy.
At Disrupt Berlin 2017, there was “Off the Record” sessions- moderated questions-and-answers sessions with founders and investors talking about Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning, Cryptocurrencies/Blockchain, Bitcoin, Robotics and Fintech.
Danielle Seymour shared her key takeaway from the session on Robotics. “What was actually quite interesting, was they were arguing [about] whether or not we should be worried about robots, or robots should be worried about humans,” she said. “Whether or not [the creativity we are capable of] is actually a bigger threat than what robots will pose to us.”
So, these are some of the takeaways from Disrupt Berlin 2017 event that every investor, entrepreneur, and startup should know and what it has to offer. The event had almost everything that you might be expecting from it. In short, Disrupt Berlin 2017 was mainly for investors and startups, who want to expand their network.
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