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Strong Partner TU München

TU München and UnternehmerTUM offer students, scientists, and start-up entrepreneurs a unique infrastructure to successfully build up their business: comprehensive qualification from the initial seed of an idea to the growth phase – since May 2015 the new Entrepreneurship Center at Campus Garching hosts a venue to combine its services under one roof. Academic chairs from the TUM Entrepreneurship Research Institute round out the alliance between practical application, research and teaching.

TUM. The entrepreneurial university

TUM inspires and enables its students, scholars and alumni to think and act entrepreneurially. It does this by systematically developing and supporting spin-offs. TUM’s objective, as an internationally competitive research organization, is to transform the findings of its top researchers into sustainable profits for society. With its vision TUM. The Entrepreneurial University., TUM was successful in the Excellence Initiative, and was thus awarded the title of "University of Excellence".

More information you will find at www.tum.de/en/tum-business/.

TUM entrepreneurship

From invention to innovation: As an entrepreneurial university, TUM’s market-oriented approach TUMentrepreneurship fosters a supportive environment for innovation.

More information you will find at www.tum.de/en/tum-business/entrepreneurship/.

TUM start-up consulting

The TUM start-up consultants support students and academics of the university in all major fields and phases of their start-up – from initial idea to successful establishment in the market. Furthermore, it provides access to the entrepreneurial network of TU München and UnternehmerTUM. The start-up consulting is a combined offer of TU München and UnternehmerTUM. For an initial consulting, please register via our form Inquiry for initial consulting.

For more information, please click here.

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    Dorothea Haider
    Start-up Coach
    She has a master's degree in business studies and has gained experience in the field of business creation at a business consultancy in Chile.
    @ startups@tum.de

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    Vincenzo Martella
    Coordinator Entrepreneurial Network
    Vincenzo Martella is in charge of the network of experts from science and industry in order to support the TUM start-ups. Vincenzo previously worked in the Alumni & Carrer department of TUM.

    @ vincenzo.martella@tum.de


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    Alexander Meyer-Scharenberg
    Start-up Coach
    After his business administration studies he has gained experience through his own ICT start-ups and received various insights into the Swedish and British start-up scene.
    @ startups@tum.de

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    Metin Zerman
    Start-up Coach
    After his studies of mechanical engineering he worked as development engineer with ZF Friedrichshafen AG. After that he absolved an MBA in England and has founded himself.
    @ startups@tum.de


The TUM Entrepreneurship Research Institute (ERI) generates new and cutting-edge knowledge on the functioning of entrepreneurial individuals, teams, and organizations. In doing so the ERI draws on interdisciplinary perspectives from business, economics, and psychology. Based on this new knowledge, the ERI offers a wide range of lectures, seminars, project studies and final theses to TUM students. In addition, the ERI transfers new knowledge to the entrepreneurial and business communities through multiple cooperations with start-ups and established organizations.

More information you will find at www.ent.wi.tum.de/home/.