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Dirk.Hoppe

Hosting of

international start-ups

FOR MORE INFO,

AND HOW TO

JOIN THE CONEEECT

NETWORK

PLEASE CONTACT

enriching

entrepreneurship

education

Coneeect U is an online

connection platform for educators

to co-create specialized

entrepreneurship courses.

Start your own course or find

another educator to co-create

with on Coneeect U.


Co-create & Co-teach

entrepreneurship courses

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Investment opportunities

for start-ups

Find & share new content for

entrepreneurship courses

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CONEEECT

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Matchmaking incubators,

start-ups, & coaches

Contact

Co-start & source talent

for projects

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Access to our network

of companies, experts,

& funds

expanding your

entrepreneurial

ecosystem

Trevor McConnell

Project Manager

Tel + 49 . 89 . 550 506 - 35

trevor.mcconnell @ sce.de

For more information

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Build a sustainable

Community

www.coneeectu.com

Coneeect IN is a network of

international university linked

entrepreneurship incubators who

share their start-ups, partners,

resources, and human capital in

the pursuit of expanding their

entrepreneurial ecosystem to an

international scale.

Strascheg Center

for Entrepreneurship

Heßstraße 89

80797 München

www.sce.de


WE ARE A NETWORK OF …

Experts

Students

Companies

Start-ups

Educators

Incubators

Coaches

Who believe that by connecting and co-creating,

we can create a more hollistic, accessible,

and sustainable entrepreneurship ecosystem.

Universities

The Network

The Coneeect network is an entrepreneurship

network that supports both

entrepreneurship education and start-up

incubation. We do this through our two

initiatives Coneeect U and Coneeect IN.

Our philosophy behind Coneeect U is that

we believe that most current approaches

to entrepreneurship and thus entrepreneurship

education are limited. Most university

entrepreneurship courses focus on the

creation of new ventures. We believe that

students and professors can benefit from

a more holistic and personal developmentoriented

approach that applies not only

to starting a new company, but also applies

more broadly to the students who do not

plan to start a company.

Coneeect also aims to support the

international incubation of start-ups

through Coneeect IN because we believe

that international perspectives can be

incredibly formative to a start-up as they

shape the future of their company. By

building a network of international

incubators that share their expertise,

coaches, and space we support the

internationalization of start-ups and thus,

their international potential.

Ideal Ecosystem

The ideal ecosystem contains multiple

interconnected networks.

When you join Coneeect U, you gain

access to educators, universities and

students not only in your country, but

internationally. Use this network to

co-create the entrepreneurship courses

that will shape future entrepreneurs.

The Coneeect IN network provides

incubators with a connection to partners

on an international scale. By allowing

start-ups to broaden their horizons beyond

their local partners, it opens up endless

opportunities for collaboration, networking

and funding.

By sharing resources, information, and best

practices, the members of the Coneeect

network avoid the risk of working to create

programs that already exist, which allows

them to focus on their time on creating the

future of entrepreneurship.

— Several networks

overlap to create one

large ecosystem

— No information is

reproduced because

all information within

the group is shared

IDEAL ECOSYSTEM

— Academic networks blend

with corporate networks to

create synergies

GOALS

Most incubators and universities

do not learn or collaborate with

external parties because they are

focused on their own activities.

open

innovation

Most of the innovation that is

created is kept within the institution

or even within a smaller department

or team, it is seldom shared.

Goals

There is not enough co-creation

between educators, coaches,

incubators, start-ups, universities,

and companies

more

co-creation

course

specialization

Many resources are used to

create introductory level

entrepreneurship programs that

are readily available elsewhere

– there is little specialization.

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