October 24: Munich entrepreneurs join international event

"Women Entrepreneurship Week" at TUM

Participants of the Think.Make.Start workshop of TUM and UnternehmerTUM. (Image: A. Heddergott / TUM)
Participants of the Think.Make.Start workshop of TUM and UnternehmerTUM. (Image: A. Heddergott / TUM)

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Why do women start fewer companies than men? How can female start-up founders be successful? What experience do female entrepreneurs have in bigger corporations? The TUM School of Management will participate in the international "Women Entrepreneurship Week" on October 24 with a public discussion event with guests from start-ups and large companies.

Participants:

  • Dr. Friderike Bruchmann, founder of MEDIKURA
  • Birgit Königsheim, Head of Care Advanced Services at Nokia
  • Anna Hart, founder of Edubotics, winner of the TUM School of Management Social Impact Award 2018

The series was launched four years ago by Montclair State University in the United States. This year, more than 160 universities in 32 countries are participating to raise awareness of diversity in entrepreneurship.

Date:

"Diverse Perspectives on Entrepreneurship"

Wednesday, October 24, 3 pm - 4:30 pm

Technical University of Munich
Friedrich von Thiersch lecture hall (main building, entrance Gabelsbergerstr., 2nd floor, room 2300)

Admission free

More Information:

Entrepreneurship at TUM