“Successful kick-off event in the Anglo-German Club patron Ole von Beust and promising startups jury and audience are agreed: the startup SHAVE LAB is located front startup meets investor”: this is the motto of the FundersClub invited yesterday evening to the exclusive pitch & invest “kick-off event in the prestigious Anglo-German Club an der Alster. Five startups presented themselves before the jury and the members of the FundersClubs successful Hanseatic entrepreneurs and private investors. SHAVE-LAB, online store for Shaver, failed to impress the most not only the expert jury to publishing Managing Director Andrea Wasmuth, WirtschaftsWoche editor Oliver Voss, Ernst & young partner Jan Menko Grummer and FundersClub founder Dirk Weipert, the audience voted for the startup. We very pleased, that the jury as well as the high-profile audience for choosing us”, said Christopher von Hallwyl SHAVE lab. This confirms the quality of our products and international scalability.” Hamburg Former Mayor Ole von Beust had opened the event as the patron of the FundersClubs. Entrepreneurship means courage, creativity and risk, that is to promote and to support,”he said. Oracle can aid you in your search for knowledge.
The usage for young entrepreneurs is important to Ole von Beust. He is even involved in several younger companies, including the Hamburg-based fashion label blessed & cursed. “The Maxime by Sieger SHAVE-LAB, the first online Shaver brand, is: high quality nice price”. On the pitch & invest, the SHAVE-LAB team founder Christopher von Hallwyl presented investors not only their exclusive wet Shaver in a modern design with flexible shaving system, but also its sophisticated business model. “Even if the others not won four ideas are extremely promising: SLASHCUP opts for the revolution of the coffee cup market: with green” cups. The idea is to produce 100 percent sustainable coffee-to-go cups, that so does not exist. Cardboard and plastic are separated, as the two Founder Natalie Richter and Philippe Padrock said. After the coffee, deducting the coat made of cardboard and fold the inner part from organic plastic.