Time flies, they say. No one can feel it more than our startups. As the third week of the program is over, it is a high time for our WEEKLY WOWs. This week we are happy to nominate four WEEKLY WOWs.
WEEKLY WOW #1
This week we realized how far we have come with our first incubator program! We recently introduced you to one of our startups — BioFab, which came all the way from Peru, South America, to experience Brightlands Innovation Factory here in Europe. Two BioFab founders, Ricardo Garcia and his son-in-law — Cesar Loo Gil, came to Europe together with their family and are currently settled here for the duration of the program. Their intention is to scale their company while in the region. We are “wowed” by the distance, commitment, and we are happy to say — the world is big! Welcome to The Netherlands and #BIFINCS16 Ricardo and Cesar!
WEEKLY WOW #2
Another WEEKLY WOW goes to the BIF Marketing and Communications team. Some of our startups went through a radical, but such an important change — re-branding! Our team members have started working on the Marketing packages including new logos, which each of the startups will get. To give you an example, below you can see the brand new Rementis logo. We have way more marketing and design surprises prepared for our startups, which we will be happy to share with you. Stay tuned!
WEEKLY WOW #3
Another weekly wow is our very first live broadcast. Last week we shared a couple of minutes of the masterclass to our followers on social media. This masterclass was about Channels and Customer Segments. Having seen a big support, we decided to entertain you with more “live sessions” from the masterclasses we conducted. And who knows? Maybe one day you will be able to follow the entire masterclass!
WEEKLY WOW #4
Finally, we want to say: BIG UPS to all of our startups for the great progress — to Rementis for discovering that they have only one customer segment, to Krasue for exploring its value proposition, to Innovation Concepts for discovering that asking for help is crucial in developing a company, to Topologx to have a set of promising meetings planned with potential partners, to Device Company for changing the name of the product to PORTOLAB and finally to BioFab for defining four key points of their value proposition.
We are happy to have so many bright minds around and we are looking forward to their further developments!