Helmholtz Entrepreneurs: From Idea to I Did - Turn your Data Science into Business
Third Episode: How to build a successful team for your startup
How are AI/Software startup teams assembled? How do they perform at their best? When and where do you find your co-founder(s) and the rest of your team? How to profile them? You’d want tips on how to keep your future team cohesive and reach your milestones? Or you just liked our episodes and want to continue learning how to become a Scientrepreneur?
If so, please join the third online episode of Helmholtz Entrepreneur’s series “From Idea to I did”, on May 31st.
Here, you’ll first have the opportunity to attend a lecture by Klara Lindner (Magic Investigations) and get the background, theory and vocabulary on teambuilding for Sciencepreneurs.
Following this, take part in an exciting conversation between Klara and our two guests: Florian Mysliwetz, co-founder of PatentPlus and of TUM.ai, and venture capitalist investor Anna-Lena Schindl, from Positron Ventures.
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- 2:00 - 2:15 pm- Welcome & Introduction
- 2:15 - 3:00 pm - “Teambuilding for Scientrepreneurs” by Klara Lindner
- 3:00 - 3:15 pm - Questions & Comments
- 3:15 - 3:30 pm - Short Break
- 3:30 - 3:40 pm - Short Pitch by Anna-Lena Schindl
- 3:40 - 3:50 pm - Short Pitch by Florian Mysliwetz
- 3:50 - 4:25 pm - Discussion
- 4:25 - 4:30 pm - Closing
Klara Lindner has been working at the intersection of techno-optimism and human-centered design for more than a decade. Before starting her freelance career as instructor, author and consultant in entrepreneurship education, she co-founded the greentech company Mobisol: there, she led the customer research and service design unit, focusing on developing the first connected product for the Global South.
Anna-Lena Schindl has spent the better part of her career at the intersection of science and entrepreneurship. After studying Physics and working in several early stage startups, she built the Fraunhofer AHEAD program as a place for scientists to transform their research into a business idea and investable startup. Now, she works with Positron Ventures - a team of quirky individuals that loves investing into scientific breakthroughs that create step-change progress in environment or health.
Florian Mysliwetz is a realistic optimist with a passion for artificial intelligence and technological progress in general. He is co-founder of PatentPlus, a global, innovation-as-a-service, AI-powered platform that enables companies to accelerate product development and reduce costs for their R&D activities. There, he is responsible for product and data. Prior to PatentPlus, he co-founded TUM.ai while studying Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at TUM.