Swiss stakeholders from the making and hardware based prototyping community are visiting India as part of a market validation camp to meet potential stakeholders, discover mutual strengths, and explore the possibility of institution to institution connect for exchange of startups, experts, and best practises.
The People’s Factory provides a radical model for retail where it allows everyone to produce a large variety of everyday items for their own use. They recently opened their first location in Lucerne in Switzerland, and are looking to scale up to 35,000 locations in the next 15 years. Marianne is coming to India to explore sites and partnership opportunities for their machine development and production centre. She looks forward to connecting with mechanical engineers, product designers, software developers and potential investment partners.
Brainwhere envisions harvesting high altitude wind energy through its unique Airborne Wind Power solution. Brainwhere has the technology for satisfying India’s energy and communication needs with its own natural jet stream resource. They plan to setup pilot wind farms for their project in India. Michael looks forward to meeting interested industrial partners, government organisations and investors for this project.
Dodeka has invented a new notation of writing and learning music. They have an app which is used worldwide and have new product based models in the pipeline. Josua is keen to explore possible synergies with Indian manufacturing companies for the production of their innovative piano keyboard and to meet potential investors interested in getting onboard this musical revolution.
With more than 20 years of experience consulting clients in different industries and geographies on business and business intelligence strategies, architecture and infrastructure, Andreas is the lead investor in People's factory. Andreas visits India to look for potential business development for his startup People's factory, and engage with relevant startups and companies.