What has been done in the last months
First TEG Talk in a long time
Together with the entrepreneurs Adrian Kapsalis from LOEWI and Alexander Henhammer from Kumovis as well as Prof. Patzelt from TUM, we were able to put together an interesting program. Digitally present were about 60 participants, some of whom also joined the digital networking with the founders after the event.
Rebranding and clear positioning
The rebranding was an important step to make TEG presentable and attractive for students again. Looking at the numbers and feedback from applicants, the new design seems to be very well received. The focus of the whole thing was of course the new website (you can check it out here), but also the redesign of the Linkedin and Instagram channels.
Restructuring of the club
Apart from the two boards, we have introduced so-called Units, which have different functions. Each Unit has a Head, who in turn interacts with the Board. This happens in the board meetings, which take place every two weeks. In addition, the allhands meeting, where all active members meet, also takes place every two weeks. In addition, each unit meets once a week to discuss current tasks and topics.
Trip to the EBSpreneurship Forum in Oestrich-Winkel
In October 2021, the TEG Board was at the EBSpreneurship Forum of the European Business School. Some new acquaintances were made and TEG was represented.
The largest increase in members was recorded at the start of the last winter semester, when 18 new members joined the association.
First Innovation Café on site
For the first time, we were able to implement our internal "Innovation Café" format on site. In the Innovation Café, members present business ideas, which are then discussed together. If the idea meets with support, it is turned into a project by interested members in a separate working group. We see the Innovation Café as one of our strongest driving forces in our efforts to generate new start-ups.
Presentation of TEG at the SCE Incoming Days
At the Incoming Week for foreign students organized by the Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship, Bruno Polster presented TEG to around 80 students. Similar to the LMU IEC, the SCE has become a regular cooperation partner, which we appreciate very much. For us, networking with the Entrepreneurship Centers of the various universities in Munich is key to the diversity in the fields of study and universities of the members in the association.
Refurnishing the office
Fortunately, all our meetings can now take place on site again in the TEG office, which is accordingly used very frequently. In the meantime, we have refurnished the interior and equipped it with whiteboards, new chairs and a table, among other things.
Two weeks ago we closed the current application phase of the summer semester and are looking forward to 11 more members: Yannick Krug Theodor Wagnitz Harsh Manoj Shah Ayodeji Ojo Hyerin Cha Benedikt Hetz Jonathan Simon Angela E. Joschua Kraus Michael Vogeser Happi Tientchieu Isabel Tran
Current founders @ TEG
Michelle Huang - AMIA creations
Michelle wants to make quinoa more popular and accessible with her food startup AMIA creations UG.
Anian von Mengershausen – RedStreetMedia
Anian has been helping companies build powerful brands in a digital environment for over three years with RedStreetMedia.
TRYUP! gives you the flexibility to test outdoor sports equipment before you buy.
Entrepreneurs can be at the forefront of this revolution and redefine the economic and social dynamics of the world. The key is design thinking.
We had the opportunity to learn from Ulrich Kopp and Markus Vogtmann about their beginnings at TEG, how they organized events and built the foundations of student Entrepreneurship in Munich.