Business plan advanced seminar

Focus: business model, sales and finance

Develop your business concept, your prototype and business plan further with business design, hypotheses, tests, start-up knowledge, feedback and expert opinions!

Selected, ambitious and learning-avid teams will be given the opportunity to ask direct questions to experts with their own experience of business start-ups. They will receive regular feedback on their project from lecturers Dr Dominik Böhler and Chris Eberl and from business founders, particularly on the following subjects: business model, marketing, sales, financing, monetarisation and prototype.

How you will benefit:

/ Developing your own business concept further

/ Valuable feedback from experts

/ Contacts with other business starters and potential customers

Your contact person

Dominik Böhler


Head of Entrepreneurship & Tech Education

Main focusMedInnovate, Business Plan Advanced Seminar and TIE2 International Lab

+49 89-18 94 69-1512
@ seminare@unternehmertum.de


The most important aspects at a glance

  • Format


  • Duration

    Once a week, usually on Wednesday from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. at UnternehmerTUM, Lichtenbergstr. 6, Garching.

  • Credit Points / module

    The awarding of ECTS varies in the different study programs. For queries, please address your Student Secretariat or Examination Office. Module ID in TUMonline: WI100180

  • Costs

    For students (matriculated at a German university) and PhD students (TUM), attendance is free of charge.

  • Target Group

    Students and academics from all faculties of the Technische Universität München who already have a business start-up idea and a start-up team (at least two persons). Attendance at the business-plan basic seminar is not a prior requirement. The business idea must already have been scrutinised for its market-viability.

  • lecturers

    Dr Dominik Böhler, Chris Eberl
    Lecturers' profiles


  • Language



Fyler SS 2019

  • Two-level application process
    1. A written application to techtalents@unternehmertum.de until 4 April 2019. The written application contains the following information:

    Name of team

    Description of your business idea on max. 2 pages (value proposition, customer segments, market, business model). Add a short overview of the number and results of your interviews with potential customers (B2B min. 5, B2C min. 20; no surveys!)

    First name and surname of all team members, academic or professional background and expertise (in brief headings)

    Did anyone from your team attend the business-plan basic seminar or a similar seminar?

    1. A pitch of your business idea before the lecturers on 1o and 11 April 2019 at UnternehmerTUM, Lichtenbergstr. 6, Garching

  • / Dr Dominik Böhler

    Dominik is Head of Entrepreneurship & Tech Education at UnternehmerTUM. He is responsible for the entrepreneurial and technology-oriented teaching activities for students. This includes curricular courses (Tech Talents) and personal development programs (Manage&More) at TUM and beyond. Focal fields are personality development, design thinking, technology development, and business modeling. Dominik and his team put emphasis on developing new methods in teaching and delivering prototypes in a flipped classroom setting. He received a diploma in business administration and a PhD in information systems from the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU).

    @ boehler@unternehmertum.de

  • / Chris Eberl

    Chris Eberl is CEO and founder of an Internet startup. He has studied Electrical Engineering at TUM and has successfully completed the Executive MBA in Innovation & Business Creation of TUM. Working for eight years at an international software corporation he gained experience in B2B-Sales and Business Development Management. At UnternehmerTUM Chris Eberl is external Trainer and Coach for entrepreneurship.

    @ chris.eberl@tum.de