Diversicon | Updates

By Team Diversicon

Diversicon is working intensively on developing the 'academy'


Dear Companists,

After the "halftime" of 30 days, you've supported us with a financing volume of approximately €400,000. This is a tremendous success that greatly helps Diversicon during its development phase.

We're excited about the positive feedback that we've received from all parties.

  • We've already received many different requests and applications, although we're still in our development phase. To us, this is proof that we're on the right track.
  • We also received requests from both associations and networks that are looking for partnerships as well as businesses that would like to support our concept.
  • We also often received the question: "When do you plan on opening up a location in XY?", which again shows us how important the topic of scaling is.


Developing the academy

What's more, in this update we'll be giving you a short overview on the current state of our business development.

Due to our successful round of financing, we were able to hire our first coworkers who'll be starting with us over the course of the next month: Two employees will be supporting the Diversicon Academy by creating content (e.g. for training and for the certification process) and will subsequently be implementing the courses. An additional employee will be responsible for the areas of marketing and sales, and this move will help provide the management with extra support.

At the moment, we're also looking for a location in Berlin that will serve as both an office as well as a training space. Feel free to contact us should you have any ideas or concrete offers!

The next two to three months will be devoted to creating training material and receiving our authorization as provider for education and qualification measures. At the same time, we'll be preparing for the topic of temporary employment.


The progress we've made mostly matches our expectations and we're even a little bit ahead of schedule. If we use the set-up speed of e-commerce solutions as a comparison, then some might even be a little bit surprised or even disillusioned by the pace of our development. But we're working with people in an environment of institutions and authorities, so it may help to take a short look back at what we've already accomplished.


All of this now gives us the possibility to get into contact with additional partners, networks as well as funding agencies and thereby continue Diversicon's development bit by bit.

Thank you for your support.


Kind Regards,

The Diversicon Team

Dirk Müller-Remus and René Kuhlemann



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