Targeted matchmaking between startups and corporates: rewriting the formula behind innovation.
Together, we can forge the future of industry 4.0

15th – 16th May, Berlin

Arena Berlin, Germany

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B2B focus

CUBE’s establishment is founded in providing a platform between startups and corporates to partner up and collaborate, Tech Fair continues this ambition – Contact our team and learn how attendance can help find innovative solutions.

Market Reports

Partners will receive detailed market reports consolidated by our dedicated research team. Containing current Tech-market trends and insightful background information on attending startups, the market reports will ensure each meeting at Tech Fair is focused and directed – Partner with us.

Your Journey, CUBED

Demonstration over pitches – let your tech do the talking. Startups will demo and interact with a delegation of engaged corporates and investors as well as build momentum and hype at an invitation-only press roundtable with our network of media contacts. Want one of our coveted startup slots?


Koen Maris

Cyber Security at Atos, CTO
IOTA Foundation, Advisor cyber security

Koen Maris started an IT career as a software developer. This experience provided solid background in multi tier environments and a basis in the roll-out of complex IT projects. After a few years, he swapped development for ethical hacking because of a natural curiosity to find how systems fail. The start of technical career in IT security, however due to rise of security problems his career evolved from ethical hacking to security solutions integration and eventually to the more managerial side of security.

He has been CISO and security officer preceding his current role (since 2015) as a Chief Technology Officer at Atos for the region Benelux and the Nordics. He advices large organizations in a multi-industry environment to think on a long-term basis on Cyber Security and addresses complex security topics in layman terms for board of directors and executive committees.

Koen Maris serves as a trusted advisor for many organizations and is becoming a known speaker that challenges his audience and questions current applied security models.

Sabeen Ali

Founder & CEO

Sabeen Ali is Founder and CEO of AngelHack, female-owned and majority female-operated company that organizes hackathons and accelerates early-stage startups from around the world.

Prior to AngelHack, Sabeen founded and sold her own leadership training and organizational development company; Team Building ROI, which provided leadership and organizational development training to companies such as Google, IBM, Blackberry, NetApp, Cisco and others. She holds a M.S. in Organization Development from the University of San Francisco and is an expert in change management.

Sabeen also founded Code For A Cause, a nonprofit organization that aims to make technology and coding accessible for all, and to bring the tech community together to make the world a better place. Founded in 2013, CFAC has organized events and initiatives designed to connect developers, support women and girls, minorities, veterans and other disproportionately disadvantaged communities.

She speaks internationally to corporate, nonprofit and student audiences on rapid innovation, entrepreneurship, acceleration, women in tech initiatives, and more. Most recently, she spoke at 4YFN with Mobile World Congress, Money 20/20, Shoptalk, and delivered USF’s commencement speech in 2016. She has received numerous accolades for her work, most recently including the Harari Conscious Leadership and Social Innovation award. Her work with AngelHack and CFAC has been highlighted in Inc., Fast Company, Voice of America, and featured in the hit documentary: Seed.

David C. Woessner

Local Motors, Inc

David currently serves as the General Manager of Local Motors in National Harbor, MD. After finalizing the launch of an award-winning facility in 2016, where the world’s first self-driving, cognitive, low speed, electric shuttle, Olli, was debuted, he is now responsible for operations of the sales and demonstration facility in National Harbor, MD. His primary focus is working with local stakeholders and partners to demonstrate, pilot, and sell self-driving Ollis in the Washington, DC region and beyond. He also leads External Affairs in order to appropriately influence public policy of self-driving vehicles.

David earned his MBA and MS in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology while serving multiple terms on the National Society of Black Engineers’ National Board of Directors. He received his BA in Physics and German from Wabash College in Crawfordsville, Indiana where he recently completed his 3-year term on the Board of the National Association of Wabash Men.

David enjoys playing soccer and basketball while also coaching youth sports, he fully embraces his German & Moroccan culture and the live, work and play model that National Harbor, MD and Detroit have to offer.

Falon Fatemi
Founder and CEO

Falon Fatemi is the Founder and CEO of Node, a groundbreaking artificial intelligence platform revolutionizing how people and businesses discover new opportunities. At age 19, Falon was the youngest employee at Google and has since spent over a decade focused on go-to-market strategy, global expansion, and strategic partnerships at Google, YouTube, and the startup world. Falon is also an SF Innovation Fellow for Mayor Ed Lee, and writes acolumn for Forbes covering company building in Silicon Valley, artificial intelligence, and the future of sales and marketing. Falon and Node have recently been featured in CNBC, Bloomberg, Business Insider, TechCrunch, Inc., Fast Company and more. You can follow her at

Edward Musinski

Anti-aging investment accelerator DAYS.Exchange

Fintech, martech and insurtech spin doctor using high-hume and Blockchain technologies, proven track records in 16 domains. Creator of blockchain marketing and blockchain investment tools for business in Healthcare and Insurance.

Used to work in Future Technology Group where have developed a lot of Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies.

Founder of BLOCKCHAIN IMPACT COUNCIL with a purpose to consolidate investors in blockchain platform in order to impact the insurance – healthcare value chain.

LONGEVITY IMPACT FORUM founder. LIF is a aimed at doing first rating of longevity related technologies, backed by global top experts blockchain panel.

Founder of the first EQUITABLE INSURANCE PLATFORM DAYS.EXCHANGE aimed at acceleration of longevity technologies adoption and AI-based free medicine.

Xavier Duportet


Xavier Duportet cofounded Eligo Bioscience in 2014, while doing his PhD in Synthetic Biology at MIT and INRIA. He raised $24M from Khosla Ventures and Seventure to develop a new generation of ultra-precise biotherapeutics to battle antibiotic-resistant bacteria and sculpt our microbiome using genetic engineering and CRISPR/Cas. He is an MIT TR35 and was elected French Innovator of the year by the MIT Technology Review in 2015. He was recently awarded French PhD-Entrepreneur of the year by the Foundation Norbert Segard, as one of the 40 under 40 Young Leaders in Europe, one of the 30 Under 30 by Forbes in 2017 and recently elected as a Technology Pioneer 2017 by the World Economic Forum.

Xavier is also the founder and president of Hello Tomorrow, a global non-profit organization, operating in 45 countries, which goal is to accelerate the development of deeptech startups that transform disruptive scientific technologies into products or services to solve societal and industrial challenges.

Moojan Asghari

Hacking House
Project Manager

Moojan Asghari Born in Tehran and based in Paris, Moojan is an adventurous entrepreneur and a tech obsessed. She is passionate about the impact of AI on our lives, and believes that the technology can change the world when time and space collide, where humans meet in person and create meaningful experiences.

As a community-driven advocate, she built her first startup in experiential marketing. She then co-founded Startup Sesame, aiming to leverage on the value created by human interactions at Tech event.

Kevin Eisenfrats


Kevin Eisenfrats is an entrepreneur whose passion lies at the intersection of biomedical engineering and reproductive medicine. He is the Co-Founder and CEO of Contraline, a medical device company based in Charlottesville, Virginia developing the first long lasting, non-hormonal, and reversible male contraceptive. The product, which has plans to hit the market in 2022, is comprised of a hydrogel that is implanted into the vas deferens via a quick, non-surgical procedure. The gel works by blocking sperm, and can be easily reversed when the patient desires their fertility be restored. Contraline has raised over $3 million to date from investors including Founders Fund, and has also participated in the Y Combinator Fellowship program.

Kevin graduated from the University of Virginia with a degree in Nanomedicine Engineering. Throughout his undergraduate career, he conducted research on immunotherapy and in vitro fertilization (IVF). Kevin continues to be actively involved in innovation and product development, being listed on 8 patents relating to novel medical devices, drug-delivery devices, and medical procedures. He has won multiple university and national competitions for the invention behind Contraline, and was recently recognized on the Forbes 30 Under 30 in Healthcare. Kevin and Contraline have been featured in Bloomberg Businessweek, MIT Technology Review, TechCrunch, MedGadget, and AskMen.



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