|Time:||7/15/21, 2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.|
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During the event, the current activities at the Institute of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Science (ENI) will be highlighted by Prof. Alexander Brem. In particular, its collaboration with other players in the area, e.g. Cyber Valley will be explained. Prof. Brem emphasizes that the institute aims to engage in entrepreneurship from the three sides: Research, outreach & transfer and teaching.
Afterwards, Jordi Mauri, a startup coach at the University of Stuttgart will explain the current coaching process going from first identification of startup ideas or teams to supporting everything along the way to a successful funding acquisition. During this time, the startup coaches work closely together with the TTI GmbH and the department research within the central administration. Philipp Haessler will then highlight how the University of Stuttgart handles intellectual property (IP) within the context of a university and what benefits young technology-oriented startups can derive from commercial protective rights.
Vasileios Filippou will talk about his path in the startup world and about the importance of a team.
After the presentations, a short Q&A round is planned.