Launching – even now!

March 13, 2009 at 3:21 pm Leave a comment

Munich Venture Summit 2009

The Munich Venture Summit is a conference about start-ups and will take place in Munich on March 14, 2009. The motto this year is “Launching – even now!”

Goal of the event is the exchange of information and the networking between interested students, investors and experienced founders. The speeches and panels of founders and investors should motivate the participants to start an entrepreneurial career rather than a sometimes boring career as a consultant or a career in the middle management of a big corporation.

Beyond the normal networking the participants will get the chance to discuss their ideas and business case with potential partners and investors.

I will share some opinions and experiences about the question “Is a crises the right or even the best time to start a company?”

The speakers are the following:

  • Ute Berger
  • Ehssan Dariani
  • Lukasz Gadowski
  • Felix Haas
  • Stefan Holtel
  • Olaf Jacobi
  • Moritz Keller
  • David Kuczek
  • Christoph Lienke
  • Harald Ostermann
  • Oliver Samwer
  • Peter Schüpbach
  • Gerd Seelinger
  • Wolfgang Seibold
  • Christoph Zinser

Entry filed under: Entrepeneurs, Investments, Startups, Venture Capital.

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