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Bosch Software Innovations
Software Innovations · Startup Harbour
Startup Harbour
Bosch’s incubation program for startups

Startup Harbour

Boost your startup with Bosch’s extensive funding program and build on your strength with the knowledge of our experts!

What’s the Startup Harbour all about?

Bosch Software Innovations has launched the incubation program Startup Harbour to drive innovation in the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem. The program, which focuses on startups in Berlin, aims to support talented founders with an initial business concept on their journey to becoming a successful venture.

“Create and connect” is the program’s motto and mission. The program offers a comprehensive coaching, mentoring, and training curriculum to help startups create a solid business model with a first minimum viable product (MVP) and much more, if required. Additionally, the program serves as a matchmaker between startups and relevant Bosch business units, partners, potential customers, and investors.

The program’s content will be tailored to meet the individual needs of each startup participating in the program, thus supporting them based on the maturity index of their business.

Each incubation batch will comprise three startups, each with two to four founders.

“Opening doors is key to driving innovation in the IoT area. And that’s exactly what we aim to do at the Bosch IoT Campus – connect corporate knowledge and expertise with the innovative mindset of startups.”
Michael Hahn, CTO, Bosch Software Innovations
“The Bosch IoT Campus and this program are important contributions that help create a sustainable work environment in Berlin. I’m pleased to support this fantastic initiative that enables us to benefit from the potential of a global corporation.”
Ramona Pop, Senator for Economics, Berlin