Cedalo auf dem 11. deutschen Corporate Venturing Forum

Cedalo will be part of the “11. deutschen Corporate Venturing Forum ” on December 12th 2017 in Berlin.

This forum gives industry-oriented startups the chance to present themselves and contact with established companies from SMEs and large companies.

This is a unique chance to meet Cedalo and other interesting startups from the industrial space in person. The event will take place in the state representation Baden-Württemberg. One of the federal states that is – in addition to global corporations  – also home to thousands of family driven businesses.

You can find all infos about this event on the following event page:

http://www.spitze-bleiben.de/programm-aktuell.html

Please come and visit us in Berlin!

Cedalo is a prizewinner of “100 Places for Industry 4.0 in Baden-Württemberg”

Cedalo was honored for its innovative “Stream Spreadsheets”. Economics and Labor Minister Nicole Hoffmeister-Kraut honored the current winners of the competition “100 Places for Industry 4.0 in Baden-Württemberg” on Wednesday, 6th of December. A total of 28 companies and institutions were awarded, which have successfully implemented digitization solutions in everyday operations.

With the competition, the “Allianz Industrie 4.0 Baden-Württemberg” is looking for innovative concepts from the economy, which are successful with the intelligent networking of production and value-added processes. In addition to the degree of innovation, the expert jury also evaluates the concrete practical relevance for Industry 4.0. The award-winning projects covered a wide range of industries and technologies and showed that “Industry 4.0 not only affects specific industries such as mechanical engineering or the automotive industry, but the entire industrial value chain,” says Hoffmeister-Kraut.

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You find more information about the competition and the other prizewinners at http://www.i40-bw.de/de/preisverleihung-100-orte-fuer-industrie-4-0/

Photographer and Copyright for all photos of this news entry: Martin Storz