Bosch has launched the Startup Harbour acceleration program to drive innovation in the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem. The program, which focuses on early-stage startups in Berlin, aims to support talented founders and their teams with an initial business concept on their journey to becoming a successful venture.
The program offers a comprehensive coaching, mentoring, and training curriculum to help startups create a solid business model with a first minimum viable product (MVP) and beyond. The program’s content is tailored to meet the individual needs of each startup participating in the program, thus supporting them based on the maturity index of their business.
More than offering a pure training program, the Bosch Startup Harbour serves as a matchmaker between startups and relevant Bosch business units, partners, potential customers, and investors.
Infinite Foundry is a startup based in Portugal and Brazil which supplies to the industrial market a 3D digital twin software. It is used for detailed remote monitoring, accurate production optimization, virtual reality training, and driving collaboration between the different departments in a factory through an interactive environment to foster an agile decision process. The company has recently been selected to participate in Bosch Startup Harbour and give its testimonial of the program.
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