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EIT InnoEnergy, an initiative of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EI), offers startup entrepreneurs support in growing and scaling their businesses. It focuses on innovative clean-tech projects, offering mentorships and industry expertise through seed funding and an accelerator program. The network consists of 15 European clean-tech venture capitalists and 15 research institutes. To date, it has supported over 200 European startups working on initiatives aimed at boosting the prevalence of sustainable energy in the market.

Climate-KIC is an initiative supported by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), whose focus is to create and support a community of entrepreneurs and mentors that jointly develop and produce innovative ideas facilitating the transition to a zero-carbon economy. Climate-KIC has launched various initiatives and acceleration programs across Europe targeted at growing startups that are tackling climate change, providing them with structure, assistance, mentoring and seed funding to develop low-carbon products and services. 

Serial entrepreneur Eloi Gómez Cal (Santiago de Compostela, 1992) holds a double Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Food Science and Technology. He worked as President and Advisor in ACyTALE, The Food Science and Technology Association – part of the University of León in Spain. He later coordinated projects for Aqgri, developing a SaaS to improve quality processes in the agri-food sector. During this period, he also collaborated with Ceteris Paribus as a consultant on different European projects such as Horizon2020, Erasmus Plus and Fiware.

Founded by Mark Mai and Tim Draper in 2005, VenturesLab is the first internet-business incubator in China. To date it has incubated and invested in about 100 internet-related companies including Mr Food, Yunchou, Yuanchuangpai, Xiaoxianliang and Weitoutiao.

Indra Halim graduated in 2003 with a degree in Business and IT from RMIT University in Australia. He has been an investor in Medan’s Gelato Bar since 2010. As a co-founder of health food startup Lesssalt and food information website kulinermedan, Indra has extensive experience in the culinary world. He was also CFO for three years at Benah.in, a now-defunct social media website for SMEs. In 2015, he joined Paprika as a co-founder and CMO but left the company in 2016.

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