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Jul 2019

Head of Economic Affairs Markus Frank visits Frankfurt Forward Startups

All companies stand out for their innovative solutions, which Frankfurt Forward would like to highlight and honour. Field Buzz enables a simplified organisational effort with regard to emerging and developing countries, MINDS medical deals with the optimisation of process flows in the health sector with the help of artificial intelligence and PANALIS Solutions developed a software which enables political topics and issues to be identified and evaluated as quickly as possible.

Christian W. Jakob, Viola Kaufmann, Max-Emanuel Hatzold, Stadtrat Markus Frank (v.l.) @ Field Buzz

As patron of the project, City Councillor Markus Frank supports the startups and talks to them about their successes and needs. "We are delighted with the high quality of the start-ups located here in Frankfurt am Main. Frankfurt Forward is the right instrument to bring the important players together in Frankfurt. In this way we create real added value for the startup scene, even beyond the city's borders," reports Frank. The tour is the perfect format to get to know the startups and to engage in an active exchange. In addition, it serves the purpose of promoting interesting discussions between the start-ups and representatives of the economic development agency.

Christian W. Jakob, Reza Esthiagh, Zafar Khan, Stadtrat Markus Frank (v.l) @ PANALIS Solutions

The Startup Tour focused on the founders, their teams and innovative ideas. City Councillor Markus Frank saw the tour above all as a networking format: "The fact that the founders' ideas and solutions were convincing has already been acknowledged. Nevertheless, it is always exciting to see who is behind the start-ups and who contributes to our economy, but above all to society.

Christian W. Jakob, Lukas Naab, Matthias Bay, Stadtrat Markus Frank (v.l.) @ MINDS medical.

The tour helped all participants to better understand the startup ideas and the individual personalities behind them. Christian W. Jakob, Project Manager of Frankfurt Forward, concludes: "The election gives Frankfurt startups the praise they deserve. At the same time, one can see which steps are necessary to bring the founding location Frankfurt to the top also in the area of start-up financing. Our next event will take place on 19 August and will address exactly this topic: Frankfurt as an ideal location for start-ups for investment and innovation".

Frankfurt Forward ist der Matchmaker für Startups, Unternehmen und Investoren in Frankfurt am Main.

Frankfurt Forward bringt unter dem Dach der Wirtschaftsförderung Frankfurt Startups und etablierte Unternehmen zusammen. Unter dem Motto „Matching am Main“ verbindet das Projekt bisher getrennte Welten und fördert die Weiterentwicklung von Innovation und Digitalisierung am Standort Frankfurt am Main.

Frankfurt Forward is the matchmaker for startups, companies and investors in Frankfurt amMain.

As a project of the Frankfurt Economic Development – GmbH, Frankfurt Forward brings together young startups and established companies. Under the slogan “Matching @ Main” ,the project connects two separated worlds and fosters innovation and digitalization in Frankfurt.

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