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partner for the production and digitization

The realization of the hypomonitoring system and the associated system development is a well-rounded matter with pironex GmbH. They advise and accompany us in the areas of analysis, conception and product design – from the initial idea to series production. The technical know-how and your experience give us the security to get the best for the requirements of our customers. In doing so, we continue to be completely independent and are happy to have so much regional support.

partner for the healthcare industry

partner for research



- Annual Conference "Diabetology and Endocrinology" - Rheinland Pfalz -
The ADE board of directors invites to the annual meeting of the Working Group for Diabetology and Endocrinology. The topic of this year's annual conference is "Type 1 diabetes - today and tomorrow" with practical presentations. We have a stand and present our solution to prevent or quickly eliminate hypoglycaemia!


- Annual Conference "BIO Deutschland VC start of the year 2020" - Berlin -
Berlin is an ideal hub for technology convergence. It is home to biotech, health IT, medtech and diagnostics companies and an excellent academic landscape as well as political institutions. On February 10, stakeholders from innovative industries and experts from venture capital firms, companies, start-ups and start-up projects, from research, business development and politics will meet at the Quartier Zukunft in Berlin Mitte for the start of the year.

25.01.2020 – 01.01.2020

- Fair "Arab Health” - Dubai -
We are pleased to announce that we have a stand at the largest medical device fair in the Arab region!


- Exhibition "Medica - World Forum for Medicine" - Düsseldorf -
We are pleased to announce that glucospoon is the brand ambassador for the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern at Medica!


- Final of the "BPW Medical Industry" competition - Mülheim an der Ruhr -
We are among the Top 10 in Germany's only business plan competition for the medical industry 2019.
Germany's only successful business plan competition specifically for the future-oriented medical and health care industry.


- 34th Annual Conference "Diabetes and Psychology e.V." of the Diabetes and Psychology Working Group, DDG - Hamburg -
in cooperation with: Asklepios Klinik Nord - Ochsenzoll Clinic for Psychiatry and Pschotherapy


Maik Getzkow M.Sc.

Maik Getzkow M.Sc.

Founder & CEO

    Maik Getzkow studied industrial engineering and mechanical design and has type 1 diabetes for over 12 years, thus he knows the worries and needs of the diabetes-related life very well. In his last position Maik Getzkow worked as technical coordinator for customer service and project management in the wind power industry. Since 2017, Maik Getzkow has also been supporting companies in the north of Germany as an independent product developer, helping them to realise their product concepts.

    Prof. Dr. Michael Leyer

    Prof. Dr. Michael Leyer

    Founder & CSO

      Michael Leyer has been a Professor of Business Administration of Services at the University of Rostock since 2015. His research topics focus on digitization and process management, as well as innovative business models. In addition to more than 100 international scientific publications, Prof. Leyer also disseminates his findings in practice through lectures and publications in professional journals. In addition, he works closely on research projects with companies of various industries. Besides his professorship, he is also entrepreneurially active and has founded his own consulting company in 2017, with clients throughout Germany.

      Karsten Wrede B.Sc.

      Karsten Wrede B.Sc.

      CTO & safety engineer

        After graduating from the TU Munich in management and technology, Karsten Wrede moved to Rostock to study mechanical engineering and operations research. With a focus on automation and production research and as an occupational safety expert for health services and welfare work, the product reliability and the relief of stakeholders in the health sector are especially important to him. In addition, he advises small and medium-sized production companies on safety issues.

        Dijana Iloska, M.Sc.

        Dijana Iloska, M.Sc.


          Dijana Iloska studied in Macedonia, France, Spain and Germany and obtained her degree in molecular biotechnology. She has profound experience in microbiology and molecular biology gained in seven years with Max-Planck-Institute for Lung and Heart Research. Her work focussed on discovering molecular mechanisms involved in human lung diseases. She presented and published her results nationally and internationally. Her passion is to develop solutions that have the potential to contribute to curing human diseases.


          The Glucospoon Project is funded by the Ministry of Economics, Labour and Health of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and the European Fund for Regional Development as part of the ideas competition.