In the fifth episode of the start-up show 2 minutes 2 million, five Austrian start-up companies are fighting for an investment by the jury. Again, it’s about bringing the investors – teleshopping queen Katharina Schneider, landlord Hans Peter Haselsteiner, Runtastic co-founder Florian Gschwandtner, social business investor Martin Rohla and winemaker Leo Hillinger – to an investment commitment.
Making photos shine: Markus and Vroni Deak want to do that with Elöd on the wall. Elöd brings pictures and photos wirelessly, is contactless and dimmable. In addition, the photo motifs can also be changed, which provides variety on your own four walls.
Micha Beiglböck and his brother opened the online platform nahgenuss.at. The minimum order quantity of a mixed meat package gives the farmers the opportunity to sell and sell the entire animal at fair prices. The packages can be picked up directly at the farm of the farmer or are shipped throughout Austria by refrigerated shipment.
For the second time Helmut Ablinger tries his luck with “2 minutes 2 millions”: With his Symbol Socks he could not convince the investors. Now he has developed a startup called Jaasper that aims to provide people with easy and affordable access to professional legal advice.
Elke Jung and Bettina McTague are tired of heavy towing. With Beltys these activities are not only relieved, but you also have your hands free. The belt weighs only 250 grams, is a size concept and can be used by anyone. Each carrying hook has a carrying capacity of 25 kilos. Do investors like the idea?
The young Viennese label Nomi, which has transformed the famous little “fleas” of the eighties into filigree jewelery and offers them as chains, pendants and accessories, wants to convince investors.