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Startup Support

Startup Support

MCEI has several support schemes that can help you and your business grow - no matter whether you are a student, alumnus/alumna of the University of Mannheim or not. Depending on your goals and objectives, we will help you accelerate your venture from scratch to growth stage with a variety of MCEI support schemes. What is more, we have a strong partner network to rely on which perfectly matches our support with even more opportunities and industry expertise. Find more information in our MCEI Support and Partner Support categories below and have a look at how we can help you advance!

 

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Partners

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As part of the MAN 633 Entrepreneurial Spirit course in spring 2020 Erdem Meral and Erind Subashi chose InTheGreen for their Inside the Venture project. Their job was to find the constraints at the production stage and look for solutions. This involved many specific and technical issues on how to improve the growth of the plants, which led to also…
As part of the MAN 633 Entrepreneurial Spirit course in spring 2020 Konstantin Schmidt and Klelia Deletang joined Immoly to help them in starting over and grow their business. The consulting team’s main effort was the creation of two investor pitch documents, helping the company to accelerate their growth by acquiring venture capital. Creating the pitch documents involved a critical…
As part of the MAN 633 Entrepreneurial Spirit course in spring 2020 Ziwei Li, Giulia Lotti and Van-Hao Luu were giving various support to Freachly. The project team pursued two main tasks: First of all, identifying ways to acquire nano–influencers, and second, finding ways to make them more active. Using a blank-page approach they identified some cost-efficient channels for the…
As part of the MAN 633 Entrepreneurial Spirit course in spring 2020 Markus Schmidt and Lorena Marisa Di Seclì were involved in setting up the FATALE university, a project from the Mannheim based consulting firm LUB. This led them to activities in all stages of setting up a new continuous education platform. Their tasks began with developing a time and…
As part of the MAN 633 Entrepreneurial Spirit course in spring 2020 Julian Herrlich supported Bacchus Software. His main task was to revise and improve the company´s business plan. Therefor he particularly took a closer look at the relevant competition in the sector and pricing strategy. Apart from that he managed to find clients willing to test the latest version…
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Sponsors

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