Kick-Off Lecture with Hon.-Prof. Dr. Helmut Schönenberger, Co-Founder and CEO, UnternehmerTUM & guest.
Lecture will be held online.
- The Munich Ecosystem and UnternehmerTUM
- A Business Model in Transition …or How Being Agile Saved our Company
- Hon.-Prof. Dr. Helmut Schönenberger, Co-Founder and CEO, UnternehmerTUM
- Catharina van Delden, Co-Founder & CEO, innosabi
Teambuilding & ideation and get to know the techTalents formats.
Helmut Schönenberger studied aerospace engineering in Stuttgart and completed a postgraduate degree in business administration at the Technical University of Munich. In his diploma thesis on the comparison of Stanford University with the TUM, he recommended establishing an innovation center in Munich. With the help of the entrepreneur Susanne Klatten, the UnternehmerTUM gGmbH emerged in 2002, today Europe‘s largest business incubator and innovation center. Helmut Schönenberger‘s passion is to lead promising start-ups to success and to inspire people for innovation and entrepreneurship. The goal of TUM Entrepreneurship and UnternehmerTUM is to support scalable high-tech start-ups, founders and scientists from the first idea to the successful product. Since January 2020 the TUM has appointed Prof. Dr. Schönenberger Vice President Entrepreneurship.
Catharina van Delden is the founder and CEO of innosabi. An insatiable curiosity for everything new is a steady driver in her life: from holding an MBA from TU Munich including a time abroad at UC Berkley, and working in India as well as in Argentina to ultimately founding a company that deals with the very core of innovation. As a provider for innovation management software, innosabi develops platforms to help large corporations to utilize external potential in order to gain more speed in their innovation processes. Furthermore she represents the digital industry’s interests with her continuous engagement in the BITKOM committee as well as being part of the advisory board (south) of Deutsche Bank AG and co-chair of a digital transformation project for schools initiated by the federal ministry for economy and energy at Digitalgipfel. She is the author of various publications on the subject of innovation, including the book the “Crowdsourced Innovation” and the book “Connect the dots – Agile Innovation” to be published in 2020. The journal Computerwoche called Catharina “one of the 50 most influential women in the German IT sector”.
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