Startup Support Manager at Heidelberg Technology Park GmbH
Markus Bühler works for the Heidelberg Technology Park and oversees the Life Science Accelerator BW program for Heidelberg Startup Partners. In advising startups, he brings his expertise in marketing and sales. Moreover, he serves as an advisor for Heidelberg Startup Partners on funding and office space.
Coordinator Lifescience Accelerator Baden-Württemberg, City of Mannheim
From April 2015 to September 2017, Bodo Brückner was working for two years as Entrepreneurship Manager at German EIT Health GmbH. He was also member of the EIT Health Education Committee and led the Digital Hub in EIT Health Campus.
Since September 2017, Bodo Brückner has been working as a Lifescience Accelerator Baden-Wuerttemberg Coordinator of the City of Mannheim.
Controlling and Grant Management at Technologiepark Heidelberg GmbH
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The Life Science Accelerator Baden-Württemberg is a 12-month accelerator program to get your life science startup off the ground.
We support your team with coaching and mentoring session with a clear life science focus, an international network of experts, mentors and investors as well as ongoing support through our Life Science Accelerator Baden-Württemberg team. At the end of the program, you have the opportunity to pitch your idea to our network.
No, the accelerator program is an equity-free program and free of charge.
We are a an accredited partner of Startup BW Pre-Seed, an early stage financing program for startups in Baden-Württemberg. Contact us for more information and on how to apply for Startup BW Pre-Seed.
The program is in English.
The program team is based in Heidelberg and Mannheim but startups and projects from all over the globe can apply to join our program. We invite participants to join workshops, conferences and partner events both physically and virtually. Currently we are running the program virtually.
The region around Heidelberg and Mannheim has so much to offer: a vast amount of life science companies and research institutions, two of the best medical universities in Germany, a amazing startup infrastructure and a high density of medium sized companies and big corporations as potential customers. To top it all off, the Rhine-Neckar region is also a great place to live.
You can start in September or in February.