Research and Found in Hamburg!

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Our doors are open to research and technology start-ups of all kinds, whether they’re still just the seed of an idea or well on the way to launching. We’ll help you clarify your business concept and the funding options to ensure your idea’s viable.

Got an idea?

Had a business brainwave and ready to give it a go? We’ll work with you to sketch out your ideas and establish whether your inspiration’s ready for the next step.

Planning a startup?

Let’s get serious! Time to work out your business model in detail with our support. Have you thought about how to fund it? Benefit from our know-how and our network.

Done it already?

Join the crew: We’ve got the right experts to broaden your horizons. Our cross-sector network can help you actively develop your business.


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You have an idea? Share your idea with us, we will advise you free of charge with our many years of experience right through to implementation.


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Are you looking for a suitable financing for your idea? Give us answers to the most important questions!


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Cido: The practical gate guard without key

Cido is a keyless access management system from Uniberry that automatically enables parcel carriers, suppliers and other service providers to access the entrance areas of apartment buildings. The two founders studied business informatics at the University of Hamburg.

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Cycle: With perseverance from the idea to the foundation

Franz Kärtner is founder, professor of physics at the University of Hamburg and head of the Department of Ultrafast Laser and X-ray Physics at the Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY). He founded Cycle in 2015, but the idea for the technology had been in his focus for much longer. 

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Research and Founding in Hamburg