Triple Helix Chapter Germany

Established in February 2019

Hosted at the Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship at the Munich University of Applied Sciences

The Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship (SCE) was established in 2002 by Falk F. Strascheg, a venture capitalist and entrepreneur. It acts as a focal point for Munich University of Applied Sciences’ (MUAS) enterprise and knowledge exchange activities, as an institute associated with MUAS, SCE is firmly rooted in the academic world.

In 2011, the SCE and MUAS became one of the six EXIST Start-Up Universities in Germany. SCE´s goal is to nurture entrepreneurial thinking and action through education and business start-up support measures. The range of education and research programmes combine practical knowledge and personal development in an interdisciplinary setting. The start-up activities offer guidance for young businesses from idea development to innovation, business incubation, international networking and collaboration with external service providers e.g. venture capitalists, specialised IT consultants etc. The outreach activities are a high priority at the SCE with focus on developing partnerships in regional, national and international ecosystems to create an alive entrepreneurship community.

SCE’s Vision: “Responsible Entrepreneurs create a better future”.

  • Three important statements in this vision:
  • The entrepreneurial thinking and action of personalities lead to the innovations that shape the future
  • Progress has to aim at adding value for the society
  • The understanding and the success factors of entrepreneurship are constantly changing

THA German Chapter Mission

The German THA Chapter mission statement is rooted on SCE’s own mission and aligned with THA’s overall aim: Thought Leader, enabler and pioneer at creating an entrepreneurial oriented and liveable society, through university-industry-government collaborations and (multi)national peer-alliances.

THA German Chapter Objectives & Activities

THA German Chapter objectives can be divided in 3 focus: dissemination and membership growth in Germany, enhancement of THA virtual collaboration capabilities and research contribution.
Join us in this endeavour! For information on ongoing activities, collaboration opportunities, open calls and events access

Chapter Head: Prof. Dr. Klaus Sailer
Chapter Manager: Ms. Audrey Stolze (*email address protected*)