SCE München 48.1538958 Heßstraße 89 +498912653200

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Only a few universities in Germany have their own start-up incubator like HM - Hochschule München. The incubator covers more than 700 m², of which about 200 m² are currently used as co-working space to give various teams the opportunity to network more closely with other start-up teams and thus generate various synergies.

In addition to a large number of individual team rooms and the aforementioned co-working spaces, the incubator also includes its own meeting room, which is available to start-ups free of charge. In addition, the incubator has a wide range of work equipment and presentation media such as beamers, presentation screens, mobile whiteboards, flipcharts and pinboards, which the founders are also free to use. In addition, the incubator also has its own kitchen.

Who is allowed to work in the incubator?

All teams located in the incubator are supervised by the start-up support of the SCE. Therefore, working in the incubator is only possible by prior agreement with the start-up support. The incubator is located at Lothstraße 21, 80797 Munich.

If you are interested, please contact us.

Martin Laarmann Head of Precelerator

T: 089 1265 3242


Martin Laarmann is project manager of the Precelerator Project, the "fitness studio" for innovation and entrepreneurship, prototyping and new technologies for all members of the Munich University of Applied Sciences.

The graduate engineer of architecture (TU Darmstadt) is an expert for innovation communities, innovation spaces and coworking and was, among other things, significantly responsible for the planning, development and operation of the startup center "Werk1 München". He also advised numerous state institutions, municipalities and companies such as Murnau a. Staffelsee (Murnau Innovation Quarter) and Audi AG (Audi X-LAB in Ingolstadt).

Martin is also managing director of Make Germany GmbH, a social enterprise for the promotion and networking of the Maker-Movement, which organizes Southern Germany's largest Maker Festival "MAKE MUNICH".

His focus is the promotion of the "Just-make-it" mindset, "bottom-up" entrepreneurship and creative communities.

Current Start-ups

In total, the Start-up League comprises around 20 start-up teams that are funded by the Proto funding program, EXIST start-up scholarship or EXIST research transfer.

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