21. April 2021

First founders in the University of Bonn's co-working space First founders in the University of Bonn's co-working space

neuro11 and kiresult are the university's first start-ups to move into the Transfer Center enaCom.

The Transfer Center enaCom of the University of Bonn is slowly filling up: Two of the start-up teams that emerged from the university have recently settled in the co-working space. The start-ups neuro11 and kiresult, supported by enaCom's start-up consultancy, are the first teams to use the new office space at Brühler Straße 7.

neuro11 founder Niklas Häusler
neuro11 founder Niklas Häusler © enaCom/Uni Bonn

To help the young companies grow, they have access to modern offices as well as help and advice from the enaCom team. For since fall, with three start-up consultants and a quality manager, the Transfer Center has also grown significantly and is strengthening its activities for founders and those interested in starting a business. "We are very pleased that the new areas of our co-working space fill with life and new employees and founders work together on exciting projects," says Benita Schuba, deputy head of department at enaCom.

The newly moved-in founders also rely on the lively exchange with the new consulting team - but also with the other start-ups. Niklas Häusler, founder and CEO of neuro11, says that they can learn from their colleagues, for example, how they master current challenges. His young company improves the performance of athletes, using neuroscientific insights into brain activity. With their expertise, the founders have developed a brain and mental training program that helps participants access their optimum (their "flow" state) at all times in competition and in the daily professional environment.

The two start-ups hope that moving into the Transfer Center at the University of Bonn will give them a further boost. "As a new step, we are reaching a more professional level. In addition, the short distances mean we can coordinate much better," says Dustin Lang, one of the managing directors of kiresult. The company, founded this year, uses artificial intelligence to classify data from purchasing. This ensures data quality and enables companies to act strategically because the software can be used continuously in processes such as purchase orders or invoice creation.

Currently, the kiresult team is focusing on product development - writing codes and consolidating data. Next year, the focus will shift to building a solid customer base, explains Dustin Lang. For Niklas Häusler from neuro11, network building and talks with potential customers and partners currently determine the main part of his work. And the cooperation with the Transfer Center enaCom is also a great help in this regard - now in the direct vicinity of the office.

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