To fill vacancies in the electrical engineering department for new pilot projects, SINN Power presented its work to students and graduates at the IKOM Start-Up job fair in Munich.
With about 12.000 visitors, IKOM is the largest job fair for students, college graduates and young professionals in Germany. SINN Power was represented by Tristan Jochner (CFO), Simon Krüner (Head of Electrical Engineering) and Carla Knappik (Corporate Communications Assistant).
With a 3D printed model of SINN Power's module in Heraklion, the team was able to arouse the interest of many students in disciplines like informatics, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and power electronics.
At the fair, SINN Power was looking to recruit university students interested in renewable energy and especially in the company’s innovative technology. At the booth, Simon Krüner and Carla Knappik had many interesting conversations with highly promising students and got into contact with other companies from the start-up sector.
In a short pitch, Tristan Jochner gave the students a general overview of the wave energy converter technology and the planned projects. As the only wave energy company at the fair, SINN Power generated quite some curiosity and the fair booth was buzzing with activity and questions from many applicants. All in all, the 20th of June was a very successful day for SINN Power.