Discover the startups from the 4th cohort of Stealth Mode.
Stealth Mode is a 3-month mentorship program for women and non-binary founders looking to take their early-stage tech startups to the next level.
To support the next generation of women, non-binary, underrepresented founders, Factory Berlin is hosting the 4th edition of the Stealth Mode program, powered by Google for Startups and Henkel dx. The program provides founders from underrepresented backgrounds and marginalized communities with more resources, support, and enhanced visibility.
Get matched with a mentor to support your founder journey during the program and beyond.
Join a network of entrepreneurs and experts that will support and empower your founder journey long after the program ends.
Access to program workshops focused on important topics for early-stage founders.
Get warm introductions to our Investor Advisory Board and receive support for funding your business from the experts, and access the program’s ‘Investors Panel’ event.
Share your experience with other mentees, and support one another in bi-weekly sessions.
Pitch your startup to the Factory Berlin network of peers, supporters, potential clients, collaborators and investors.
Participants will be matched with mentors curated from our network of experts, based on each founder’s needs. Thought leaders from across industries will also host workshops, AMAs and advisory sessions.
Our advisory board provides ongoing support for mentees in securing funding. As well as a panel discussion, they’re on hand to share advice with the founders throughout the program.
“It's an ecosystem that enables us to grow faster, and test things when we need to test them.”mattrvest
“We really love it here - we love the community aspect. Here we meet likeminded people, can network, and are close to innovative companies and people who are open-minded and willing to exchange.”CareerFoundry
“The lines between corporate business and startup entrepreneurship are getting more and more blurry, and we see that in the Factory Berlin community.”CODE University of Applied Sciences