Joint events between startups and companies create high added value for both sides!
For companies – through the opportunity to get to know innovative, sustainable and digital solutions intensively on one day.
For startups – to record customer experiences and expectations and to be able to discuss and reflect on them.
We regularly hold startup events at which various startups present their ideas and products to interested companies and discuss current topics with representatives from purchasing.
The learning effect among each other is high at these events.
In addition to cooperations in the form of joint stands at large purchasing events, we also organise individual Supplytechs Startup Days if there is interest.
Our startups will be happy to visit you directly on site!
The selection of the startups is made in consultation with and tailored to the respective organising company.
We are currently building a network of proven purchasing experts from business and academia, which forms the basis of our mentoring concept.
Companies can involve our mentors as moderators and keynote speakers, for example as part of a Supplytechs Startup Day.
Welcome & Get Together
Welcome & Introduction
Keynote & Howto:
In this keynote, we will share insights around how to successfully collaborate with startups and what matters when it comes to digitalisation in procurement.
Pitch Sessions 1:
On the topics of P2P & Negotiation // Pricing & Contracting.
The startups will present themselves one after the other for 20 minutes.
Lunch break & SpeedCoffee
Pitch Sessions 2:
On the topics of Sustainability // Risk Management // Analytics & Controlling.
The start-ups will present themselves one after the other for 20 minutes each.
Procurathon & Elevator Vote:
The aim of this playful approach is to jointly define the most pressing “pains” and develop solution scenarios in 3 groups.
Would you like to organise a Supplytech Startup Day in your company?
We would be delighted to do so! Feel free to contact us.
At the beginning of February 2020, 8 selected supplytech start-ups were able to present their solutions to well-known industrial companies. The organisers were Dürr AG and Schenck RoTec GmbH.
Among the startups were:
The strategic energy purchasing tool EFI-NET,
the contract lifecycle management solution by INHUBBER,
the eProcurement solution inorder,
the automated tendering and negotiation solution by mysupply,
SCALUE – the software provider for procurement controlling,
sustainabill’s supply chain and product management tool,
the AI-supported analytics tool ThoughtSpot
as well as the Should Cost price calculation solution from WhatThePrice.
Stephan Chassaing de Bourdeille (Supplytechs) moderated the day and stimulated interesting discussions.