Webinar: your business opportunities in Germany
Are you a Swedish scale-up or SME contributing to a 100% fossil-free society? Are you interested in the German market? Great! Join our webinar on 22 April, 10–11 a.m., and we will tell you more about the Swedish-German Cleantech Platform (SGCP) and how the program contributes to your business development.
The SGCP is designed to support innovative Swedish scale ups and SME entering the German market. The purpose of the platform is to explore the German innovation ecosystem and to find potential customers and partners for its members. Every year ten companies are members of the platform.
The first round was finished in February 2021. Ferroamp was one of the participating companies in this round. Mats Karlström, VP Sales and Marketing, explains the advantages of the program:
“Ferroamp’s solution facilitates new business models for the energy transition which Europe is facing. Our technique needs to be explained and customers need to understand its value. The support we received from the program is priceless. To be introduced to both customers and potential partners with the program’s support gave us credibility right from the start. On top, it opened doors which probably had been hard for us to open without the program.”
David Forsberg, CEO of Bright Energy, another participating company adds:
“We are very pleased with SGCP and really happy that we got selected to participate. We have learned a lot about the German market and made many new contacts and broadened our overall contact network.”
Now it is time for the second round – application phase is open from 15 March to 15 May 2021.
Application phase for new round of SGCP opens on 15 March
During the webinar you will get a glimpse into business opportunities in Germany related to the Energiewende, learn more about the requirements for applying companies and what’s in it for you.
Verena Adamheit, German-Swedish Chamber of Commerce
10.05 What is the Swedish-German Cleantech Platform?
Ludvig Lindström, Swedish Energy Agency
10.15 How to do business in Germany – an appetizer
Ninni Löwgren, German-Swedish Chamber of Commerce
10.25 Business opportunities within Green Energy in Germany
Thomas Grigoleit, Germany Trade and Invest
10.40 How to apply for SGCP – procedure, requirements and next steps
Jenny Radkova, Swedish Energy Agency
11.00 End of webinar
We are looking forward to meeting you digitally! Please register for the webinar below.