The Schleswig-Holstein start-up community is delighted that two Flensburg start-up teams have made it into Germany-wide accelerator programs independently of each other. Accelerators are usually funding programs lasting several months in which start-ups are equipped with a financial injection, office space, coffee and a lot of know-how and network in the early phase so that they can bring their business model to market maturity and generate growth in a short time.


Photo of the founders of IO-Dynamics

photo: IO-Dynamics


The start-up funded with the EXIST start-up grant IO-Dynamics, which has developed a cloud-based charging and fleet management for electric vehicles, will be intensively coached and coached in the second batch of the Lübeck Gateway49 accelerator program together with 5 other projects in the coming months financially supported. They were able to convince the expert jury with their pitch from over 50 applications.

“We are very happy about our participation in the Gateway49 Accelerator. In addition to financial support, we especially hope for strong business coaching. Together with the GW49 team, we want to perfect our business model and develop our final go-to-market and growth strategy so that we can go to market and scale as quickly as possible. We also hope to be able to make many new contacts to customers, partners and of course investors via the accelerator network.”(Nabil Imran, Co-Founder IO-Dynamics)


Photo of the founders of CheckMyNext

photo: CheckMyNext


The start-up CheckMyNext, an online platform for the brokerage of used vehicle appraisals and guarantees, will take part in the Digihub  Accelerator over the next few months and expand its network within Germany and receive important input and contacts.

"We look forward to the exchange with the other strong founding teams, the networking and many exciting workshops that help us to further develop CheckmyNext and make it even better." (Daniel Desler, Founder CheckMyNext)

The start-up support of VentureWaerft, located at the innovative Flensburg University of Applied Sciences, supports both teams intensively with its five docks in Flensburg and Sonderborg and congratulates them warmly on participating in the nationwide accelerators. On their way, the two teams took advantage of a wide range of offers from the Schleswig-Holstein StartUp SH network, such as the StartUp Camp SH, the Schleswig-Holstein start-up grant or the award from the Flensburg Start-Up and Idea Prize Fördepreneur of the WiREG and IHK Flensburg.


Promoted by:
The project Start-Up SH of Schleswig-Holstein with funds from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), duration January 2017 to December 2021.



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