Robert Andersson, a multiple world champion in bowling, and Nigul Ilves, M.Sc. in Engineering Physics, won first prize in this autumsn Startup Camp at Chalmers Ventures. Under the name Bowlingtracking, they have developed a measuring instrument that helps bowlers to develop in their training.
During one day in October, thirty people from Chalmers Ventures portfolio companies put their startups aside and went out to help refugees in Gothenburg. The goal was to help different organisations and see what problems they faced in order to come up with ideas and projects that would ease their situation.
Chalmers Ventures has made an additional investment in portfolio company Monivent. Also participating in the share issue totaling SEK 3 million is Almi Invest and private investors. Monivent develops equipment for safer treatment of newborns who have problems breathing.
Jonas Karles and Emma Woxlin from Encubation project Epishine have today been awarded with the 1st prize in the regional innovation competition Pitcha din idé, arranged by Almi Väst at Nyföretagardagen.
10 teams in Incubation and 11 in the Startup Camp. Two different processes but with the same clear goal; to verify their idea and understand what possible customers or users want. This fall is full steam ahead at Chalmers Ventures when everything from treatment for herniated disc to connected gym equipment is to be taken from idea to reality.