Specialized start-up hubs with their wide range of services are available to students and doctoral students who are interested in starting up a business. The following six Start-up hubs are currently being offered: the Business Model Start-up Hub, Digitalisation Start-up Hub, Interculturality Start-up Hub, Legal Start-up Hub, Sustainability Start-up Hub and PR Start-up Hub.
The conceptual orientation of the Start-up Hubs is based on the following three areas:
- Community & Events
- Qualification Offers
- Start-up Hub-specific Coaching
- In the Start-up hubs, students, lecturers, alumni, external founders, etc. network with each other, but also with companies and stakeholders outside the university, through events and community building.
- On the other hand, a wide range of qualification opportunities on start-up topics and the subjects of the Start-up hubs is offered (courses, seminars, certificate programmes and extra-curricular training).
- In addition, the founding teams can use the topic-specific coaching offers of the Start-up hubs at any time according to their needs and independent of their own course of study.
The ability to develop innovative business models is key for companies to remain competitive in today's global economy. Therefore, the question of the right business model plays an important role, especially for founders. What is my value proposition? How can I segment my customers in a meaningful way? And which sales and communication channels do I use for the interaction between start-up and customers? What aspects do I need to consider when designing my sales process? Which revenue model is suitable for my business idea? How do I attract investors for my start-up?
The Business Model Start-up Hub is happy to support interested entrepreneurs with these and other questions about business models and strategies through coaching and qualification programmes.
Business Model Start-up Hub
Due to the increasing internationalization and globalization of the world, intercultural issues may also be of great importance at every stage of the business concept. As companies often operate in intercultural teams and in an intercultural global business context, engagement with and understanding of cultural differences are nowadays requirements for successful entrepreneurship. Exploiting the creative and synergistic potential of intercultural interactions can provide the company with the key competitive advantage as well as inspiration in this regard.
The Intercultural Hub consists of the Chair of Intercultural Communication and supports those seeking to start a business through coaching, qualification offers and the corresponding community around the topics of culture and interculturality.
Intercultural Start-up Hub
The Legal Hub's Community Night will be held on May 6 on the topic of "Typical Legal Issues in Startup Formation" from 6:00 to 9:00 pm.
- about the questions:
What legal hurdles do start-ups have to overcome when founding a company? And what options are there for solving them?
- with the experts:
Prof. Dr. Kai von Lewinski (Lehrstuhl für öffentliches Recht, Medien- und Informationsrecht), RA Sören Strahl and Matthias Haag
- guests are:
the Passau-based start-up Pionize und RA Dr. Daniel Holzmann
- Registration at:
Take advantage of this valuable opportunity to learn answers to typical start-up legal questions and to ask your own questions in a Q&A session!