The road to starting a business

Start-up advising at TUM helps university students, scholars and scientists on the road to starting innovative businesses, providing support throughout each important stage – from drawing up a business plan to market evaluation to applying for funding.

Business plan: We provide teams with support in developing their business ideas through workshops and seminars and by engaging with them one-on-one.

Funding: For innovative business start-up ideas, the TUM team provides start-up advice for applying for grants and funding, such as the EXIST Business Start-up Grant, EXIST Transfer of Research and the FLÜGGE funding program for entrepreneurs at TUM.

Patents and licenses: The Patent and Licensing Office is open to anyone affiliated with TUM who plans to apply for commercial property rights when founding their company, providing support in compiling a notice of an invention, assessing an invention in terms of its patentability and applying for a patent for the invention through TUM where applicable.

The TUM Start-up Advising team:

Florian Abendschein

As a TUM Start-up Advisor, Florian Abendschein guides students, scientists and TUM alumni along the path to realizing their ideas and concepts, from structuring the initial idea to the business plan to securing financing.

Andreas Jügelt

Andreas combines his own founding experience with corporate know-how. After working  in the automotive industry and in online marketing, he founded two companies and is managing director of a social venture. His industry focus is Automotive, Energy and ICT. His startup consulting focus is team development, business case development, marketing / sales and pitch decks.

Margarete Weißmann

Ricarda Moss