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What a Feeling!

For the first time in CeBIT history, startups have an entire hall dedicated to them. An innovative and creative buzz is in the air – an atmosphere befitting of these young entrepreneurs.

18 Mar. 2015

A hologram of a woman in traditional Indian dress greets the visitors. Just around the corner, grown men in business suits are jumping up and down in front of a giant smart phone. And a young lady on a Segway pitches her software for wooden tables with a big smile and a laugh. By and large, CeBIT's new startup hall is nothing less than you’d expect. "That's why I'm here!" calls Julia Kaspers as she climbs off her Segway. "This is just the kind of creative setting that we offer our Holzgespür customers." At { "href" : "", "vLink" : false, "text" : "", "target" : "_blank", "tracking" : null , "vTrackingFooter" : null } , anyone can design their own custom solid-wood dining room table. They can even pick which specific tree trunk they want it made out of. "Our clients know exactly where their table comes from and how it was made," explains the young entrepreneur.

{ "href" : "", "vLink" : false, "text" : "VideoStitch", "target" : "_blank", "tracking" : null , "vTrackingFooter" : null } also has the right perspective – the French company offers a 360-degree view of every place on earth. Only four tiny cameras and software developed by VideoStitch are required. This gives anyone the chance to visit Times Square or jump on board a yacht in the Atlantic from the comfort of their couch.

Around 200 other ideas, possibilities and experiences await in Hall 11 – the startup hall at CeBIT 2015.