Joining a technology conference is always interesting. Joining a two-day conference with 600+ founders, 1000+ students, 250+ corporates and 200+ investors is inspirational on many levels. Even if I would have joined a couple of talks, the mindset of these entrepreneurs is amazing. They are the ones who try and try until all the pieces of the puzzle fit into place. They are the crazy ones. The trouble makers. They are the ones who question today to change tomorrow
- Emmy-winning journalist Jeff Kofman’s talk: From the frontlines of Libya to the trenches of tech
- Peter Ruff’s presentation: AI supported medical diacnostics – are the doctors ready?
- Showcase: Kenkou: how to reduce your stress within minutes
- Showcase: Aesyra: a solution for bruxism affecting 30% of adults
My detailed report of the START summit will be published on Monday. Talks, panel discussions, startups, highlights and stories.
Joining an event about innovation is always inspirational. These events were the highlights of the day.
- The iron man: Natasha Badmann 6-times winner of Hawaii IRONMAN talk. Guideing us through On success, hardships and not knowing the word not in: can’t
- Robotics for Good – the power of local: Sonja Betschart presented the noble mission of Werobotics: educating and social good in areas of health and environmental problems
- Great and less great ideas at the startup pitches. The winner of the day is Archlet! Congratulations!
- Enthusiastic and helpful organizer team. Thank you!
Look forward for my detailed report which will be published early next week.