UnternehmerTUM – your experienced partner for international projects

In our projects we work together with recognized international partners. The focus is to support high-tech startups to internationalize.

Smart City – Building Scalable Start-ups!

The Smart City project aims at developing and activating innovative, scalable solutions and business ideas to make cities smarter.

With a team of more than 20 people we identify promising technologies and marketable applications in the Smart City area and support startups to realize their ideas quickly and successfully.

The 5-year project with a 5€ million budget is co-financed by the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs, Regional Development and Energy.

Current Projects (Selection)

Scale (up) Alps

SCALE(up)ALPS aims to establish the Alpine Space as an innovative hub for scaleups on an international level.

Together with all PPs we connect the AS ecosystem, select policies that expand the quantity and quality of fast-growing scalable ventures. The aim is to produce high level recommendations on start-up ecosystems’ growth and to increase the collaboration across disciplines and stakeholders.

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MARCO

MARCO, the ‘MArket Research for a Climate services Observatory’ project, gathers market research firms, climate scientists, climate services practitioners, and innovation actors to provide a detailed insight into the market for climate services in Europe.

All PPs are involved in market research, market estimation, qualitative surveys, case studies, gap analysis and innovation modelling. dlskjfhalw

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EU Macs

The goal of EU-MACS (EUropean MArket for Climate Services) is to make the wealth of climate information truly accessible and applicable for a large variety of potential climate service users.

We are involved in all WPs, ranging from the analysis of market conditions & innovation prospects in markets for climate services, to exploring different climate services value chain cluster options.

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EIT Climate-KIC

Europe’s largest public-private innovation partnership on climate innovation to mitigate and adapt to climate change.

As an affiliate partner of Climate KIC we are the contact point for interested parties from the South German area. In the Climate-KIC Accelerator we connect startups with the right experts to help them to transform their innovative ideas into new products and services.

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Initiative for Industrial Innovators

We provide commercialization know-how, prototyping tools and stage-specific financial resources – unifying the efforts of European family offices, advanced technical universities and entrepreneurship centers to enable Europe-based industrial innovators.

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EIT Health

EIT Health promotes entrepreneurship and innovation in healthy living and active ageing.

UnternehmerTUM hosts the first phase of the eight-week program EIT Health MedTech Bootcamp. It aims to equip teams of engineers and health practitioners with an entrepreneurial toolbox, a convincing business plan and a network of investors to catapult their healthcare transforming ideas from sketch to market.

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FabLabNet

FabLabNet aims to foster international networks and links both with schools and businesses. The project joins a number of fablabs into a central European network.

In the consortium we share experiences and develop activities to boost knowledge and capacity, following trends set by the European movement that emphasizes new business models, and marks the difference in current cultural & business world.

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Digital Hub Mobility

The Digital Hub Initiative is an initiative of the German Federal Government and Bitkom. The main goal of the Digital Hub Mobility is to strengthen the exchange between the Mobility Industry, IT-software and Web Companies, to foster the development of joint innovation and startups projects.

UnternehmerTUM was appointed Digital Hub Mobility in Germany.

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Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs

Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs, initiated by the European Commission, is a cross-border exchange program allowing aspiring entrepreneurs to work with an experienced entrepreneur in other partner countries for the duration of 1-6 months in order to exchange experience, ideas and networks.

UnternehmerTUM leads a 9 partner consortium and is contact point for new and host entrepreneurs from Germany.

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Previous Projects (Selection)

BERTI

The Biomedical Imaging & Informatics – European Research and Training Initiative (BERTI) is an interdisciplinary and intersectoral European network of computer scientists, natural scientists, engineers, clinicians, and partners from industry, embracing multidisciplinary collaboration.

UnternehmerTUM offered workshops for business opportunities recognition and assessment as well as team assessment.

EU-Project, 2013-2017

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EEC

The European Entrepreneurship Colloquium (EEC) is an intensive one week residential program, specifically designed for European professors and educators seeking to integrate more effective, appropriate and interactive approaches, and practical skills in teaching entrepreneurship.

In 2015 the 12th EEC was organized at UnternehmerTUM/TUM.

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EVP

The European Venture Program (EVP) enables 20 young startups to grow their business beyond borders. The 12-day program takes entrepreneurs on a journey to the four different ecosystems of the EuroTech Universities, with a mix of thematic workshops, company visits, and pitching competitions.

Together with TUM, UnternehmerTUM hosted the program in Munich.

EU-Project (Erasmus+ strategic partnership) 2015-2016

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EIT Digital

EIT Digital delivers digital innovations to the market and breeds entrepreneurial talent for economic growth and improved quality of life in Europe. It does this by mobilising a pan-European ecosystem of over 130 top European corporations, SMEs, start-ups, universities and research institutes.

UnternehmerTUM managed the identification and selection process for EIT Digital Formnext challenge.

EU-Project: 2012-2015

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OrgBio

The main objective of OrgBIO is to establish a training platform spreading around the interdisciplinary / intersectoral European-led area of organic bioelectronics. Using different sensors, actuators, electronic and interconnect technologies OrgBIO develops multifunctional systems based on organic devices and materials with high sensitivity

UnternehmerTUM conducted an entrepreneurship lab.

EU-Project (FP7): 2015-2016

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Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs

Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs, initiated by the European Commission, is a cross-border exchange program allowing aspiring entrepreneurs to work with an experienced entrepreneur in other partner countries for the duration of 1-6 months in order to exchange experience, ideas and networks.

UnternehmerTUM lead the project’s consortia in EYE I (2013-15), EYE II (2015-17), and EYE III (2016-18). ldskfjghakjdghldkfjghladkjfghladkjfghlkdjfghlghj

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STARTIFY7

STARTIFY7 trained entrepreneurial students to shape their own startups, and provided them with expert support. 280 students participated in seven thematic summer academies.

As a project partner, UnternehmerTUM was in charge of organizing an entrepreneurship faculty training program, where the participants learnt about business development and built their first prototypes.

EU-Project: 2015-2016 lskdhflskjdfhlaksjdflkjasdfh

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LIFE

LIFE (Learning Incrementally from Failed Entrepreneurship) was about learning step by step from failure and aimed at collaborative action to bring entrepreneurship forward.

In each of the partnering areas important players were mapped. The consortium identified, shared and discussed best practices. Virtual and real discussions with entrepreneurs helped draw conclusions and provide recommendations.

EU-Project: 2015-2016

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TANGO

The aim of TANGO (Thermoacoustic and Aeroacoustic Nonlinearities in Green combustors with Orifice structures) is to develop green combustion technologies and noise control methods in a gender-balanced, multi-disciplinary network with academic and industrial collaboration, while also training highly skilled scientists of the future.
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EU-Project (Marie Curie Initial Training Network): 2013-2016

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