Stealth Mode Demo Day

Stealth Mode 4.0: Demo Day


Dec 15th 2021
17:30 – 20:00


Online Video Stream

Introducing Stealth Mode, Factory Berlin's mentorship program for early-stage women, non-binary, and underrepresented founders.

After 3-months of intensive work, our 4th cohort has completed the Stealth Mode program and are ready to present their startups. This Demo Day presents the startups from the 4th cohort of Stealth Mode, powered by Google for Startups & Henkel dx.

During the pitching session, each founder has 5 minutes to present their startup and answer questions from a curated panel of investors & startup experts.

Join the event
  • 17:30 - 17:35
    Factory Berlin Welcome
  • 17:35 - 17:55
    Expert Panel Discussion: Closing the Gender Gap in Funding
  • 17:55 - 20:00
    Stealth Mode Startup Pitches
 Meet the Founders
 Meet the Founders
 Meet the Founders
Samantha Merlivat

“Our app GoLexic will make it possible to scale targeted support for children with special educational needs in reading and writing, at a fraction of the cost. It will radically reduce the barrier to access to specialised intervention by enabling parents and teachers to support children as soon as they notice difficulties with learning to read.”

Nadeya Hassan

Zaya is a digital holistic health clinic improving the delivery of care for people living with chronic disease. We’ve identified that physicians do not have adequate training to inform patients with chronic diseases on non-pharmaceutical options to address their health concerns”

Elnura Ashimova

re:love cosmetics is a Conscious Beauty Brand based on Upcycled Coffee. We repurpose coffee grounds and turn them into highly effective skincare products.”

Isabelle Guenou

“The female body is still a mystery. This is supported by the fact that in many clinical studies and also in health care programs, gender-specific differences in medicine are still not perceived correctly. theblood is committed to improve the quality of the menstrual experience by developing smart and effective products.”

Christina Roitzheim

“We want to shape a future where we can use the benefits of digitalization without paying with our health. Thus, we build not less but better, the first scientifically validated, psychology-based app to sustain healthy phone habits. It’s like Noom but for screen time.”

Vulvani is a digital education platform all around menstruation, sexuality and female health. Through interactive online courses, our online magazine as well as social media channels, people can playfully close knowledge gaps about the female body.”

My Top Career is a platform that connects companies eager to contribute to ESG and improve their CSR by providing career advice to university students. We organise cohort-based programs and in-person social impact recruiting events to help students get clarity on their career paths and allow companies to recruit the best talents while contributing to the ESG goals.”

Diana Huth

ACTitude is your companion for psychological flexibility: With our individualized online courses, you will find your way to master emotional challenges. Our aim is to prevent mental illness. Our content marketing provides education and makes it easy to approach the situations you are struggling with.”

Esé Oghene

“Yanwu is a mental wellness platform designed for the Black community in mainland Europe. We provide on demand mental wellness content created by Black wellness practitioners, along with a curated safe space for our community to engage.”

Natalia Walentynowicz

“AquaVision aims to create the first, real-time microplastics detector. The company is to provide continuous, real-time information about microplastics type and concentration in water to wastewater treatment thanks to 24/7 continuous measurement. We target microplastics in wastewater treatment plants, as this is where we identified that we can tackle the problem the most effectively, efficiently and successfully.”

Koko & Clay is a direct-to-consumer skincare company from Berlin. We are driven by sustainability and inclusivity. In recent years, the beauty industry has made a shift to more sustainable packaging options, reduction of virgin plastics and greener ingredients. Yet, almost all companies fail to acknowledge the conservation of the most precious natural resource: water.”