Event

INNOVEIT BERLIN: Building the New European Bauhaus

LOCATION
Berlin, Germany
DATE
23 Sep 2022

#INNOVEIT

EIT Climate-KIC invites you to join us on the 23rd September for “INNOVEIT BERLIN: Building the New European Bauhaus”, part of the INNOVEIT weeks from the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT).

Hosted at Kindl locations, INNOVEIT Berlin will bring together experts and entrepreneurs bringing the New European Bauhaus to life through innovation, creativity and design.

Hosted by Kerstin Humberg, founder and managing partner of Yunel, the event will reflect on how policy, institutions and business can help support transformative features. Speakers will include: 

  • Prof. John Schellnhuber (Bauhaus Erde gGmbH)
  • Helena Bjarnegård (New London Architecture)
  • Torben Klitgaard (BLOX Hub) 
  • Heinrich Arnold (EIT)
  • Bernd Fesel (EIT Culture and Creativity-KIC) 
  • Rosa Ferré (CCB)
  • Dr. Kirsten Dunlop (EIT Climate-KIC) 
  • Dr. Jürgen Ude (Saxony-Anhalt) 

Furthermore, we will hear pitches from New European Bauhaus start-ups and citizen engagement initiatives: Jebbia, CoolCo’s – Cooling Corners and Corridors, Otro della SME, Living Light, VePa: Vertical Parking, and Lugoj: for kids, by kids, as well as the opportunity to participate in an immersive art experience designed to explore the relationship between humans, nature and technology.

This free event will run from 9:00 to 13:00 (CET), followed by a networking lunch.

Full agenda and information on speakers can be found here.

Register now for the online event here: 

REGISTER NOW!

What is waiting for you in Berlin? 

  • Meet over 200 representatives of industry, top universities, start-ups and unicorns, top researchers and scientists, investors, and EU policymakers, and discover how EIT activities drive the New European Bauhaus across Europe!

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