Yüksel Sirmasac pitches Rockethome
Ecosummit TV: Smart energy and smart home, empowered by the Internet of Things (IoT), are hot markets that continue to attract a growing number of startups. One of the established German smart home enablers with a strong focus on usability is Rockethome that was founded in 2010 in Cologne. At ECO14 Berlin, Yüksel Sirmasac gives a company update and pitches Rockethome. The startup provides a software platform for smart home services that connects all kinds of devices and applications. The Rockethome solution is already licensed to 40 telcos and city utilities in 6 countries. Rockethome has got 35 employees, doubles revenues every year and is backed by Born2grow, a seed fund managed by Zukunftsfonds Heilbronn, and KfW. Now Yüksel is interested in talking to new financial and strategic investors that can help grow the business.
The ECO14 Berlin presentation slides of Yüksel are available as PDF.
Tags: Born2grow, City Utilities, Cologne, ECO14 Berlin, Ecosummit Berlin 2014, Internet of Things, KFW, Rockethome, Smart Energy, Smart Green Startup, Smart Home, Telcos, Yueksel Sirmasac, Zukunftsfonds Heilbronn