• Project Partners


  • Project Partners


  • Project Partners


Project Partners

Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship (SCE)

The Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship (SCE) of the Munich University of Applied Sciences offers training and research programs in the field of entrepreneurship, and encourages innovation processes and the development of entrepreneurial personalities. SCE supports business start-ups from science and guides young businesses from idea development to marketable innovation.

According to its statutes, its purpose is to promote entrepreneurial thinking and acting in teaching and practice. In this way SCE actively contributes to shaping the future of our society and to establishing a comprehensive start-up culture. SCE was founded in 2002 as an affiliated institute of the Munich University of Applied Sciences (MUAS).

In July 2011 SCE and MUAS became one of the six EXIST Start-Up Universities in Germany. For further information visit www.sce.de


Tech7 is the official tech community and entrepreneurship of Beer-Sheva and the south. Founded in January 2015 by a group of leading representatives from the Hi-Tech Park, by students and by local entrepreneurs. The vision of is to strengthen and develop the tech community in Beer-Sheva, and to substantiate the entire area as a technological leader on an international level. Today, our community has over 14,000 members, over 100 startups and is moving towards tremendous growth.

Khalifa University

The Khalifa University of Science and Technology (KU) in Abu Dhabi is a research university dedicated to the advancement of learning through teaching and research and the discovery and application of knowledge. Khalifa University strives to be a catalyst to the growth of Abu Dhabi and the UAE’s rapidly developing knowledge economy, an education destination of choice, and a global leader among research intensive universities of the 21st century.


FOM University of Applied Sciences

Offering professionals the chance to gain a state-recognised university degree without having to give up work or restrict their professional activity – this has been the objective of FOM University of Applied Sciences since its foundation in 1993. Alongside professionals from all sectors of industry and with varying functions, trainees wishing to combine in-company training with a Bachelor degree course as part of a dual study programme also study at the internationally oriented university. To enable both professionals and trainees to optimally combine study and work, lectures are held in the evenings and at weekends. Many courses can also be taken on two days a week during the day. www.fom.de

OTH Regensburg

The Regensburg University of Applied Sciences is a university in Regensburg, Germany. It was founded in 1971 as a college for technology, business and social work. Today the university is one of the largest institutions of applied sciences in Bavaria. Its eight faculties offer 24 Bachelor’s degree programs, 13 Master’s degree studies as well as five postgraduate courses. Emphasis is laid on Engineering Science (incl. Computer Science) and Law, Economic and Social Sciences.


Green Valley Coburg

Founding in Coburg? Yes! We are a genuine alternative to the well-known startup hotspots. We offer lots of what needs to be paid for elsewhere: lots of space for new ideas, lots of green nature, lots of interaction with cutting-edge companies and lots of personal contacts. Perfect conditions, then, for revolutionizing the world from the center of Europe.

An essential part of Green Valley Coburg is Zukunft.Coburg.Digital, a vibrant startup innovation hub, serving as a catalyst for digital innovation and entrepreneurship.


Munich University of Applied Sciences (MUAS)

With 18,000 students in more than 85 undergraduate and graduate courses of study in 14 faculties, the Munich University of Applied Sciences is one of the largest universities of applied sciences in Germany.

It offers excellent application-oriented teaching and research, a distinct culture of innovation and open academic coexistence. This culture enables cross-disciplinary education and personal development. In addition to sound knowledge and practical experience, MUAS alumni are characterised by international experience, intercultural competence and their viable and entrepreneurial thinking and acting. With these interdisciplinary qualifi cations, they are well prepared to engage in work and society with vision, creativity and a sense of responsibility. www.hm.edu

The Consulate General of the State of Israel for Southern Germany

The Consulate General of the State of Israel opened its doors in Munich in September 2011. On November 10th 2015, the anniversary year of 50-year German-Israeli diplomatic relations, we celebrated the opening of the new and permanent building at the historical Karolinenplatz. The Consulate General is responsible for the southern German states of Bavaria, Baden-Wurttemberg, Hesse, Rhineland-Palatinate and Saarland. The work of the Consulate General concentrates on cooperation in the fields of innovation, science, culture, education and integration and promotes bilateral relations and interpersonal exchange between Israel and the five southern German states.

Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Media, Energy and Technology

The Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs, Energy and Technology focuses on maintaining Bavaria’s competitive edge as a business location, strengthening Bavaria’s economic performance, supporting startups and creating attractive employment opportunities. We are guided by the social market economic model, an economic system of freedom, social justice, and the future. Digitisation is opening up unique opportunities for a sustainable growth and diverse new employment opportunities in Bavaria. With BAVARIA DIGITAL, the Bavarian State Government is delivering a new level of quality management that makes Bavaria an ideal location to set up businesses. Also, it boosts the competitiveness of Bavarian companies in order to maintain their front runner position in the international competition for innovation in the future.

City of Munich – Department of Labor and Economic Development

The Munich Department of Labor and Economic Development works collaboratively with the public authorities and other like-minded organizations to promote a thriving economic climate by attracting and retaining businesses in Munich and promoting a business friendly environment. We provide assistance services directed toward encouraging the startup as well as information on available sites and referral services to special authorities, chambers and associations of commerce and networks. We offer a variety of economic development tools to support innovative sectors of the economy.