We go into the second round
The second edition of the new event series “start the talk” has been rescheduled. On 24 June 2021 we will focus on the topic of “screw-ups” and learn how startups overcome obstacles. We are also pleased to announce that our top-class line-up for the panel discussion will remain after the cancellation due to the corona pandemic in October 2020.
Start-ups and their hurdles
On 24 June 2021 we’ll say the second time: “Let’s start the talk”. Be there when successful startup founders talk about the obstacles they had to face and how they overcame them. Furthermore, you’ll get the chance to receive valuable tips and have the opportunity to extend your social network with like-minded entrepreneurs.
Aike Festini, Co-Founder of
“Logistics is only sexy if you have the right technology”, with this slogan Aike Festini and Maite Mihm started the revolution in the field of logistics in 2017.
Tobias Rein, Co-Founder of
GetYourGuide is THE unicorn in the travel industry. The tourist startup was founded in 2009 and hit the funding jackpot with $484 million last year.
Pascal König, Co-Founder of
The startup was founded in 2014 and belongs to the most successful startup companies in Switzerland. Ava is selling its product already in more than 35 countries.
Lukas Speiser, Co-Founder & CEO of
Amorana has grown within five years to become the largest sex toy retailer in Switzerland and is ready to take over the international market with Lovehoney.
The highly demanded tickets can now be obtained free of charge on Eventbrite. So stay tuned and see you soon when it says: “Let‘s start the talk”.
“Start the talk” – the event for your start-up
We want to help young entrepreneurs to find their way through the start-up jungle. Together with Previon Plus AG, we have therefore created the new format «start the talk»: Three times a year, we invite leading experts from the start-up scene to share their knowledge with prospective entrepreneurs – organized as a panel discussion. Ideas, thoughts and discussions can be followed up during the subsequent aperitif.