Digital Transformation after COVID – What is the new normal in a startup innovation ecosystem?

Thursday, May 5, 2022

Come join some of the tech industry’s top VC investors between U.S. and Germany to find out the trends and innovations in the industry. How will government policy drive investor decisions during dynamic periods of macro change and volatility? Is investor capital driving the innovations out there or are we living in another bubble? Why is that particular investment the right bet, what are they looking for, and who are the winners in 2022?

Target Audience

This event is directed towards entrepreneurs, investors, start-ups and business executives.

Format:            Virtual Panel Discussion
Platform:         Zoom Webinar
Length:             1 hour
Date:                Thursday, May 5th, 10AM PT | 1PM EDT | 7PM CET

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Thomas Neubert Thomas Neubert | Datacenter and AI Cloud Execution and Strategy Group, Founder/Evangelist Transatlantic AI eXchange
Benjamin Erhart Benjamin Erhart | Partner, UVC Partners Unternehmertum Venture Capital Partners GmbH
Zahar Barth-Manzoori Zahar Barth-Manzoori | Head of DWIH San Francisco “German Center for Research and Innovation”
Joerg Rheinboldt Joerg Rheinboldt | MD at APX Axel Springer Porsche
Bernhard Gold Bernhard Gold | Venture Partner, Head of Corporate Partnerships at Relay Ventures

This event is organized by

See a list of partner organizations of this initiative here.

The Transatlantic AI eXchange is a platform that aims at accelerating and expanding the global economic, social and academic leadership of the US and Germany in the human-machine economy.

Through webinars, workshops, conferences and one-to-one coachings, the Transatlantic AI eXchange fosters exchange on AI and creates the grounds for entrepreneurs, researchers, investors and policymakers to build long-term partnerships. Thereby, the Transatlantic AI eXchange supports the ambitions of the German government’s $6 billion “AI made in Germany” strategy and the US calls for “techno-democracies” to join forces globally.