Start-Up World & Photonics Award
After the successful launch of Start-Up World in 2015, new companies (not more than 5 years old) from Germany and abroad have an opportunity to present their latest developments live in front an international audience on an attractive platform at LASER World of PHOTONICS in 2017.
Start-Up World - Curtain up on the newcomers’ latest product ideas
Start-Up World gives exhibitors, visitors and journalists an innovations marketplace that extends far beyond the exhibition stand and features an extensive program of related events and matchmaking opportunities.
Messe München’s new initiative gives relatively new companies (no more than 5 years old) with limited resources visibility and industry contacts at leading international trade fairs.
At LASER World of PHOTONICS, Start-Up World in Hall B3 gives new, innovative companies from Germany and abroad an opportunity to present their products in front of the critical eye of industry professionals.
The best product innovations in the entire range of optical technologies will receive a Photonics Award at the innovation competition.
How does it work? And what prerequisites must I meet?
A first-rate panel of judges evaluates the product ideas and innovations of registered start-ups before a broad-based international audience.
- Innovation level
- Business potential
- Technical feasibility
- Product availability
Registration: You may sign up to participate in the Photonics Award starting in April 2017.
Joint exhibition stand: Start-Up World
Participants also have an opportunity to be part of the Start-Up World joint exhibition stand.
Sponsoring opportunities: Start-up World
If you are interested in sponsoring Start-Up World, please contact us at:
Tel.: +49 89 949-20377
Review and impressions from 2015
Participants Photonics Award 2015
|Nanolive from Switzerland (Winner)||with a 3D cell explorer: This brand new microscope technology makes it possible to ob-serve live cells in 3D without damaging them.|
|Femtoprint from Switzerland (Winner)||with a laser-based 3D printing solution for manufacturing nano-devices out of glass or transparent material|
|Norlase from Denmark||with "AuroraOne," a product line of high-brightness lasers|
|8tree from the USA||with a system that allows the simple and convenient optical 3D inspection of surfaces named "dentCHECK"|
|Swisslitho from Switzerland||with the "NanoFrazor," a rapid prototyping solution for manufacturing 3D nano-structures|
|Sandmade from Poland||with the "LS ONE" 3D printing system that uses the additive manufacturing technique of selective laser sintering|