Our dream is to create a European ecosystem to connect, support and grow the best digital and tech innovators.
Here are some of our 2018 milestones to reach this goal.
The strategic partnership with DCU in Dublin
The launch of our Dublin campus in collaboration with Dublin City University marks the first groundbreaking European Coworking-University strategic partnership.
The joint venture with Rainmaking in Copenhagen
Driven by the goal to create Europe’s largest network for tech innovators, we are joining forces with the strongest incubator in Europe.
Sneak Peek at Talent Garden Vienna
Our biggest campus yet will host more than 500 digital and tech professionals, our Innovation School as well as all the magic of our events.
Who are they?
Founded by two young men (average age 20), Robotify is a startup that developed Edu, a ready to use software for schools to teach their kids from 8 years old the basics of coding in a fun and creative way. On Robotify educational platform users can gain access to 40 hours of content covering everything from movement and patterns to applied mathematics.
One of the first members in our Vienna campus, Pioneers is a top player in the Austrian tech ecosystem, fostering growth and innovation with a focus on deep tech and bringing together startups, corporate executives, public sector innovators, and investors through digital solutions, consultancy services, events and investments.
Since September 2017, Armin ZadakBar is a member of Talent Garden Calabiana, our campus in Milan where he brought his Growth Hacking agency, The Armin Bar, and where he started several projects thanks to the synergies developed with other coworkers, our Innovation School and networking initiatives.
Insurance giants are seeing their business models challenged by insurtech companies. Driven by the desire to have an impact on this sector thanks to a new, transparent model, Tryg (the biggest insurance company in Denmark) and Rainmaking decided to invest and help launch Undo, a mobile insurance provider dedicated to young users with a very strategic feature: the implementation of algorithms and customer data to tailor the offer to each customer.
At Talent Garden Innovation School we develop fast and in-depth training programs designed on the real needs of the job market, with the aim of promoting the employability of people and responding to the researches of companies.
We really believe in the power of making connections.
The second edition of our international event dedicated to the new frontiers of emerging technologies like Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence and Immersive Technology.
A one year, open innovation programme aimed at finding and boosting the most promising projects for the development of services for citizens based on digital technologies and big data.
An entire day dedicated to the exploration of new approaches in the education sector, with a special focus on digital transformation themes.
Thanks to the partnership with Google for Startups we have organised a series of activities dedicated to our community, especially startups working within our ecosystem in Milan. In 2018 we have arranged more than 100 mentorship sessions with 35 Google mentors, as well as workshops on topics like PR, Marketing, YouTube and HR. We have also hosted more than 15 digital and tech communities, allowing them to bring their meetups and events to our campuses.
Intel is running an incubator programme with Talent Garden Dublin to discover and support startups that can use their unique Movidius AI computer vision technology.
For Intel, we are an ideal location because of our Strategic Partnership with Dublin City University and our existing AI competencies.
Intel is using a branded office, coworking desks and the school workshops as the physical element of the incubator, while the education element will be run in conjunction with our Innovation School and the fast.ai platform.
Italgas, the leading gas distributor, is facing a big innovation challenge represented by the full digitisation of the natural gas network. For this reason, we developed a project aimed to support Italgas to reach meaningful players in Silicon Valley. The initiative allowed the company team to connect with several possible stakeholders, spending a full week in Silicon Valley, meeting IoT sensors producers, Fog Computing solutions providers, local Venture Capitalists and accelerators specialised in the energy field.
Back in Italy, we supported the team to build an insightful report that has been presented in front of the company internal Innovation Committee, led by the CEO.
Our partnership with IBM makes our Copenhagen members move faster from idea to market-ready product. We ensure that they get free access to IBM’s innovation and development platform Bluemix. This serves as their point of entry to all of IBM’s technologies, including the cognitive system Watson, which provides vast opportunities for using data for company growth.