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ProSiebenSat.1 Accelerator invites 6 new startups to join its new batch

The fourth consecutive ProSiebenSat.1 Accelerator officially started in September. From a total of more than 300 applications, six startups qualified for the opportunity to use office space not only in Munich, but also Berlin.

Young companies operating in the business areas of ProSiebenSat.1’s Berlin subsidiaries like MyVideo, Studio71 and SevenGames will receive more intensive support. Furthermore, each one of the teams will receive an investment of €25K with additional extensive coaching in all areas of business, as well as access to prestigious investors.

Similar to the preceding three batches, this new round of teams covers a wide range of innovations in the fields of e-commerce, hardware solutions and fintech:

  • HelloCare from Berlin is a digital marketplace for senior care and support. HelloCare offers a diverse range of services, including help with shopping, household services, meal preparation and all-around care (Update – May 2023: The startup seems to be no longer in business under this website, and we therefore deactivated the original link).
  • Eurosender helps people ship parcels and luggage internationally. The Slovenian company arranges shipments between European countries at the lowest possible prices. The exclusive rates negotiated with couriers are passed on directly to users.
  • Ekoio from Leipzig makes it possible to connect a smartphone to any car’s on-board computer and engine, using its proprietary Ekoio Stick. The Ekoio Stick provides engine data and driving behaviour data, which can help drivers optimise their driving. This can then also be used to redeem bonus points and optimise motor vehicle fleets (Update – May 2023: The startup seems to be no longer in business under this website, and we therefore deactivated the original link).
  • Jaimie Jacobs from Munich offers customisable, handmade shoes for women and men. Using a 3D generator on the company’s website, customers can design their own, high-quality leather shoes. Everything from style to materials and color can be determined by the customer.
  • Cashboard, the second Berlin-based team, allows everyone to make their investments easier. Investors simply enter their investment objectives into the online platform and receive a diversified portfolio at the click of a button. The investments are managed online automatically and the accounts are administered securely with a German bank. The account and the investment management service are completely free; investors only pay a fair percentage on investment profits.
  • Pablo & Paul from Munich is a shop for exclusive but also affordable art. Art lovers can acquire individual pieces either online or offline. Through shops-in-shops, for example in BoConcept, the company is expanding its reach through the use of modern, easy-to-navigate large touch screens.

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Marko Srsan
Marko Srsan
founder @TimePrepCFA, blogger interested in startups and VC along with social media and project management, a drummer and a passionate FC Bayern Munchen fan :)
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