13 Sep: Scaler8 Webinar

Singapore, it’s time to set sail for Germany

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13 Sep: Scaler8 Webinar - Singapore, it's time to set sail for Germany

Scaler8 is holding a fireside chat and interactive session to help Singapore startups and SMEs gain insights into and explore opportunities in Germany’s maritime sector.

Germany stands out as a perfect environment for startups with innovative solutions in maritime and logistics. It is the world’s fourth-largest economy and has one of the busiest ports in Europe. The Port of Hamburg, also known as Germany’s “gateway to the world”, is opening doors to collaborate with innovative startups worldwide and has an urban test laboratory for innovations such as drones, robots and automation.

Port of Hamburg is a partner in MPA’s initiatives like the cybersecurity network. There are potential opportunities for further sharing of information and startups between Singapore and Germany.

Join Johannes Berg, Managing Director of Digital Hub Logistics Hamburg, to learn more about Germany’s maritime and logistics industry and the available support:

  • Maritime 2025 Agenda
  • What has changed during the time of COVID-19 in the maritime industry
  • Opportunities for collaboration with industry leaders
  • Start-ups in Germany active in this area
  • Government initiatives and available funding

Now is the time to set sail and anchor in Germany to explore and access Europe’s largest economy. Join us and discover how.

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