Workshops & Lectures

BioEntrepreneurship Summit 2017
Oct 10-11, 2017


October 10, 2017

Track 1

Track 2

3:00 – 4:00 p.m.

Get to know your supporters! 
Local tech transfer organizations and start-up supporters introduce themselves.
Carsten Rudolph, BayStartUp
Dior Baumjohann, Ascenion                
Astrid Giegold, Max Planck Innovation
Florian Becke, TUM Entrepreneurship
Katja Götschel, LMU Entrepreneurship Center
Annette Janz, Helmhotz Innovation Management
Sarah Krüger, Bayerische Patentallianz (BayPAT)
Katja Götschel, German Life Science Accelerator
Workshop 1: Is your idea viable? - Life science business model design
Petra Burgstaller, Angelika Leppert, BioM

4:00 – 4:20 p.m.

Lecture 1: Take the money and run - non-dilutive funding
Michael Blind, LMU Spin-off Service
Lecture 2: Reading tea leaves or robust calculation? – valuation in life sciences
Christian Schneider, Vesalius Biocapital

4:20 – 4:40 p.m.

Lecture 3: Seed and early stage financing– do’s and don’ts
Lena Krzyzak, HTGF, Andreas Huber, Bayern Kapital
Lecture 4: Do I really need a business plan?
Carsten Rudolph, BayStartUp

October 11, 2017


Track 1

Track 2


2:15 – 3:05 p.m.

Pitches reversed – get to know the smart money!
Public and private life science investors present themselves, including:
Lena Krzyzak, HTGF
Andreas Huber, Bayern Kapital
Karin Kleinhans, LSP
Daniel Parera, TVM Capital
Fei Lian, Vesalius Biocapital
Holger Reithinger, Forbion Capital
Christian Jung, Wellingotn Partners
Workshop 2: Picking the right crew - teambuilding in the startup setting!
Constanze Backhaus, UnternehmerTUM


3:05 – 3:25 p.m.

Lecture 5: Publish and you will perish – IP in a nutshell
Sarah Krüger, BayPat (tbc)
Lecture 6: It can get tricky - heads up on legal pitfalls!
Tom Strassner, Dentons

3:25 – 3:45 p.m.

Lecture 7: Crunching the numbers - finance for beginners!
Michael Kring, Hightech Corporate Services
Lecture 8: Life science storytelling - prepare the perfect pitch!
Pascal Schäfer, Schaefer Media

Active participation – very welcome !

  • Pitch or represent your pre-seed or seed-ready start-up project

  • Offer a hands-on workshop or a lecture in bioentrepreneurship

  • Sponsor the event and tickets for students