Eleven start-ups enter the second phase of Scale-up Coaching

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Eleven Swiss start-ups have been selected to continue their journey with Innosuisse’s Scale-up Coaching programme. Over the last few weeks, 13 start-ups have been presenting their growth objectives and plans for implementing these to a jury.

The start-ups selected for phase 2 now have two years in which to reach the defined milestones to achieve their growth objectives. The chosen 11 are:

Flyability, Ecublens – inspection and exploration drone for indoor, inaccessible and confined spaces.
Dolfinos, Baden – designed and developed a revolutionary rest-system for violin and high string players of all ages and at all levels.
Planted, Zurich – provides healthy and sustainable meat alternatives made from plants. The startup is especially famous for its chicken assortment.
Turicode, Winterthur – developed MINT.extract, a machine learning based document retrieval engine that analyses documents more quickly and accurately.
Nispera, Zurich – provides a data intelligence platform that collects data to facilitate continuous and transparent monitoring of the asset performance.
Akenza, Zurich – formely known as Hivemind, the company offers IoT solutions with a broad range of integrated services.
Aspivix, Renens – designed the new generation surgical instrument for non-traumatic gynaecological procedures.
Kugelmeiers, Erlenbach (ZH) – developed a technology that allows for clustering of stem cells in 3D. The solution is cost and time effective.
Eturnity, Chur – is providing software solutions that facilitate a highly efficient and customer-friendly transformation of the building energy sector.
Perspective Robotics, Zurich – offers an actively tethered situational awareness tools (the Fotokite drone) to first responders to help them save lives and preserve property.
CombaGroup, Molondin (VD) – developed an innovative greenhouse technology to enable the growing s of salads locally throughout the year using 90% less water, 90% less space and reducing carbon footprint.

Last modification 13.05.2020

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