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Falafel Pitch


Falafel Pitch with Geocledian

Every second Thursday one of our Hub Members present their Business Idea during a lunch hour. Comfortable settings, appetising food and engaging discussion – the key ingredients to make the afternoon time memorable and worthy. We order falafel from the neighbouring Lebanese place, but of course you can join the presentation with your own lunch as well.

This time it’s going to be with


Toni Frank from Geocledian



Geocledian is a start-up that specializes in designing and providing geospatial cloud services with a focus in agriculture. Our goal is to provide knowledge transfer by offering  high quality, easy-to-use and low cost information products based on open earth observation satellite data and other sources. We want to create products and services which help to foster more resource efficient and sustainable agricultural best practices.
Our API offers a simple and efficient way to use and integrate detailed field monitoring information into agri-information systems and applications. It eliminates the time-consuming data procurement process while handling information extraction, data presentation, data consistency, and data continuity. This allows everyone to keep track of what is happening on the fields and enables optimal decision making.


Registration, Lunch Orders & Organisational Matters:

To take part in a Falafel-Pitch event you need to sign up either here through the Host or at the Participation list in the kitchen area.  Falafel costs 4.50€, – please bring small change with you, to ensure the easiness of the payment process. 🙂

To those who want to join the event without pre-ordering lunch, just come in spontaneously without any registration.

Interested to pitch your project?

A good opportunity to present your project or particular issue to the Community and receive a direct feedback. Simply drop a line to Veronika.


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Event Organizers

Impact Hub Munich

Date & Time

March 30 | 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm


Impact Hub Munich


Updated on 16 March 2017