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Partners

MCEI is only as good as our partners. Here you can find all our partners sorted according to the services they can offer to you.

Advisory & Support

Advisory & Support

Angel Investors & VCs

Angel Investors & VCs

Competitions

Competitions

Design and Development

Design and Development

Legal Advisors

Legal Advisors

Startup Centers

Startup Centers

Student Initiatives

Student Initiatives

The future is female! The female founders cup will be going next round and again looking for female entrepreneurs who would like to pitch their ideas to an expert jury. Until 17 February female founders, entrepreneurs, startups and founding teams are still invited to apply. 50 % of founders should be female in case of applying as a team.

Those who make it into the final will get direct feedback from reknown experts and will benefit from various benefits including prizes provided by the L-Bank.
 
For more information see https://www.startupbw.de/femalefounderscup/. 

EHI Foundation and GS1 Germany have currently started the application circle for the Wissenschaftspreis 2022. The prize is open for applications from German speaking universities with a significant potential for trade and consume goods industry. The winner will be benefitting from a wide netwirk of support and marketing worth 50.000 euro alltogether.

For more infomration on the price see the attached PDF or visit: https://www.wissenschaftspreis.org/

All catagories can be found on: https://www.wissenschaftspreis.org/kategorien/startup/

 

This Wednesday there is another MARCIE talk coming up: The speaker will be Felix Bohr, historian and journalist at the German weekly DER SPIEGEL. The talk will be about how to start a career in journalism, the routine in the newsroom and challenges for freelance journalists. Time and date are Wednesday 06 December at 7 pm on Zoom https://uni-mannheim.zoom.us/j/69282965738?pwd=K1RVUVlxRno1Tnp3UHIya0lPekVyZz09 (password: 130530).

The upcoming second talk is organized in cooperation with Artes Liberales e.V. and embedded in a speakers series called "Where do I go?". It is about bringing alumni on stage to tell the story of their professional career after having finished uni. 

The Mannhein Research Group in Culture, Innovation and Entrepreneurship (MARCIE) is an interdisciplinary research group of the University of Mannheim. It is about bringing together competences in the fields of research and culture. In doing so there are several offers for stakeholders with a background in art and culture to learn about entrepreneurial skills. 

In MARCIE talks employees from the cultural sector, other stakeholders and political or institutional players discuss current challenges and needs of the local, federal and European cultural and creative industry.

 

 

The Digital Autonomy Award promotes innovative, digital solutions that contribute to a reflected and self-determined handling of data, devices and applications. The price is announced by the Digital Autonomy Hub in cooperation with iRights Lab, Wikimedia Germany, the Foundation Digital Chances and the Foundation New Responsibility. Its main objective is to create a broader audience for new ideas.

Who can participate?

Invited to apply is everybody interested – no matter if already a venture, iniative or just as individual. A special focus lies on young, innovative founders.

What is the timeline?

Applications can be handed in until 7 December under https://digitalautonomy.net/bewerbung.

What is the rewarded?

Beside publicity and the award itself free travel and participation on two important fairs in the data scene is part of the price: the INFORMATIK2022 conference in Hamburg and the Mensch und Computer 2022 in Darmstadt.

Learn more about the award on https://digitalautonomy.net/award.

Uni Mannheim is proud to be partner university of the federal project „Makers of Tommorrow“. The project is an initiative of the chancelor of Germany, Dr. Angela Merkel, and about to encourage students to found their own venture.

On November 1st the program has started. It is open to all interested students. The programm consists of 10 modular units of 10 founding stories of promiment founders from Germany and the Sillicon Valley. Beside exclusive insights there are little tasks to apply the new knowledge. A launch event is planed on November 11th at 4 pm, streamed from Leuphana University in Lüneburg.

The course is open to students of all backgrounds, no matter which subject or state of studies. Those who have completed all units will gain not only a certificate but also get access to the online community of MoT Alumni. Learn more about the entire programm on www.makers-of-tomorrow.de

In addition to the programm there will be various lecctures all over Germany starting with the kick-off lecture at Bildungscampus Heilbronn on November 18th at 4 pm. You find all dates on www.makers-of-tomorrow.de/ringvorlesung

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact the MoT coach that Uni Mannheim has appointed - Nora Zybura from MCEI: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Sponsors

  • University of Mannheim
  • Institut für Mittelstandsforschung
  • Gründerverbund
  • ESF
  • Europäische Union
  • Baden-Württemberg - Ministerium für Finanzen und Wirtschaft
  • Absolventum