inveox wins Munich Startup Award 2018
From September 30 to October 2, this year’s Bits & Pretzels took place at the Schottenhamel marquee at the Oktoberfest. Bits & Pretzels is a start-up and networking event for founders, investors, start-up enthusiasts, and all other decision-makers of the start-up ecosystem. On Tuesday, Munich’s mayor Josef Schmid awarded inveox the Munich Startup Award 2018.
Participants of the Munich Startup Award have to compete during a pitch competition in order to win the award. The winner receives a prize money of 5000 € and a trophy. The award is given out to appreciate the innovative strengh, the courage and the impulse to the economy given by Munich’s start-up founders.
This year’s winner is inveox, a start-up that rethinks pathology with their idea for a product that automatizes processes in medical laboratories to enable greater efficiency and process safety. Maria Driesel and Domink Sievert founded inveox in February 2017 with the support of UnternehmerTUM – the center for innovation and business creation at the TUM. Dominik Sievert studied molecular biology at the TUM and acquired the Master in Management at TUM School of Management. After her bachelor degree in mechanical engineering at TUM, Marie Driesel followed the Master’s program Master in Management at TUM School of Management and was awarded the entrepreneurship scholarship Manage&More by the UnternehmerTUM. Manage&More is a 18-month program designed for entrepreneurial-minded students who want to acquire knowledge about project management and design thinking. Students also get the chance to expand their network and are provided support for their own business ideas.
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