UberPITCH – Celebrating Entrepreneurship Across Europe

8. Juni 2016 / Berlin
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During the last week, Uber brought UberPITCH to 37 cities across Europe, including Berlin and Munich. In Germany we connected entrepreneurs with investors from HV Holtzbrinck Ventures, celebrating innovation and BIG Ideas. The investors were impressed by the quality of ideas which were presented to them. Read more about UberPITCH on Deutsche Startups.

Congratulations to the winning idea from Munich, Alyne!

About Alyne:

Alyne provides cyber security, risk management and compliance through a Regtech B2B SaaS. We take the pain out of compliance and make the process of becoming a secure and risk aware organization a breeze. Alyne knows what it’s talking about – the four founders were all senior cyber security executives before launching Alyne.

Learn more about the idea here.

Congratulations to the winning idea from Berlin, xbird. 

About xbird: 

xbird is a Berlin-based mobile centric healthcare startup, developing an artificial-intelligence based algorithm, that uses passive smartphone data for early recognition of diseases. The technology is optimized for detection of symptoms and behavioral patterns in diabetes and mental health.

Learn more about the idea here.

A huge thank you to HV Holtzbrinck Ventures for being great judges!


HV Holtzbrinck team in Berlin



Almost 4.000 ideas were submitted from people in 37 cities in 21 countries in the first week. And by connecting entrepreneurs from across Europe with local investors through our app, we’ve helped take the elevator pitch to the next level.

The top four joined us in Berlin to spend more time with venture capital firms and attend a series of major entrepreneur conferences and incubator mashups. They also got to jam on their business strategy with Uber CEO, Travis Kalanick.



Restaurants that struggle to have the right number of staff every day have a great solution with this on demand staffing marketplace. This French startup launched in January 2016 and is already used by over 300 restaurants and a thousand waiters.


Insects multiply 10-30 times thanks to a lifecycle of just 5-6 weeks. This Polish startup uses this sustainable, nearly unlimited resource to create organic substances for a variety of industries, including the animal feed and food, agriculture and farming and pharma and beauty industries.


Half a billion people have medical problems affecting their memory. This UK startup provides a backup memory for those with difficulty recalling essential information and context about people, places and events, so they can retain their own confidence and independence.


Otly! helps children understand the value of money and saving with an easy-to-access digital piggy bank. This Dutch startup teaches and incentivises the next generation to spend money more wisely.