Venturelab bringing tech start-ups to Silicon Valley

20 February 2023 14:16

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Schlieren - Venture Leaders Technology is bringing ten start-ups from the Swiss tech scene to Silicon Valley. The best ten start-ups were selected from a pool of more than 150 applicants. They will have the opportunity to present their businesses during a roadshow in California this April.

Venture Leaders Technology, a start-up funding program organized by Venturelab, has selected another ten highly promising technology start-ups for 2023 from more than 150 applications. According to a press release, they will be taking part in a roadshow in Silicon Valley from April 17 to 21.

The ten start-ups include Fixposition from Schlieren in the canton of Zurich, which manufactures autonomous guidance systems, and the crop protection specialists ecoRobotix from Yverdon-les-Bains in the canton of Vaud. The Zurich-based Lightly helps with a platform that supports the scaling of pipelines for Machine Learning. From Basel, Lyfegen HealthTech facilitates simplified digital processing for manufacturers and cost bearers in healthcare settings. Magnes from Zurich offers digitalized rehab processes by way of innovative sensor technology, while the Lausanne-based Neural Concept leverages the benefits of 3D Deep Learning algorithms to shorten development times while maintaining high levels of product quality. Headquartered in Zurich, nexoya AG uses Machine Learning to allocate advertising budgets more effectively. The start-up Smeetz based in Renens in the canton of Vaud offers a holistic solution platform to increase sales and revenue, while Tune Insight from Lausanne develops corporate solutions for handling sensitive data. Last but not least, Virtuosis Artificial Intelligence SA, likewise based in Lausanne, helps to improve workplace collaborations with the aid of Artificial Intelligence (AI).

The Venture Leaders Technology 2023 program is organized by Venturelab with the support of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETH) and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL), as well as the law firm Kellerhals Carrard, Rothschild & Co, the canton of Vaud and canton of Zurich. gba 

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