Particularly collaborations involving small, innovative start-ups and established major companies or also government-owned companies offers major potential. Start-up companies often come up with new ideas for innovative products or new services. However, it takes a lot to move a new idea forward all the way to practical application. To realise these potential innovations, the start-ups as well as the major companies in a network benefit from their integration into an industry network, which creates a basis for promoting the innovation dynamics in the cluster in general.
Thanks to its contacts on Kassel's start-up scene, the long-term relationships with medium-sized and major regional companies and the equally close cooperation with government-owned enterprises, the mobility cluster is in a position to match the right partners to each other in order to further develop transport and logistics innovations.
The format aims to bring new stakeholders into contact with existing stakeholders as well as regional stakeholders with stakeholders from outside the region in order to give new impetus to the mobility cluster. Non-regional start-ups benefit from the mobility cluster's industry know-how and expertise and from potential collaborations or shareholdings that are also aimed at strengthening the future viability of the cluster and its members.