SCE München 48.1538958 Heßstraße 89 +498912653200

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In principle, anyone who wants to work, study or be creative is welcome in our Creative Hall. The Creative Hall has been kindly furnished by Steelcase so that we can offer you modern and flexible workstations.

The Creative Hall is open Mon - Fri from 09:00 - 21:30 and during semester breaks from 09:00 - 17:00. In order to avoid overlaps in the occupancy of the hall, please refer to the occupancy schedule below.

If you are interested, please feel free to come and see the Creative Hall in person. Just stop by. For reservations of closed events of the Hochschule München or for further information, please contact the persons listed on the right. The hall is located on the first floor of the SCE, R-Bau of HM (Heßstraße 89).



If you want to use the Creative Hall, you can find more information and "rules of the game" here.

Moritz Hoffmann Qualification
Lead APE & Executive Education

T: 089 1265 3213


Moritz Hoffmann joined the Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship in the summer of 2015. First, he was responsible as a founding consultant and start-up coach for the care of various teams in the start-up league. At the end of 2017, he became head of the Academic Program for Entrepreneurship and Executive Education. He uses his own experience from founding two companies. Moritz holds a M.Sc. in Finance & Controlling at the University of Applied Sciences Munich and previously studied International Marketing (B.Sc.) at the University of Applied Sciences Pforzheim and International Business (B.A.) at the ESCEM Paris - Tours - Poitiers. In addition, he sits on the advisory board of various start-ups, is on the road as a coach of various start-up formats and supervises further projects at the SCE.

Maximilian Appel Internationalisation

T: 089 1265 3232


Maximilian joined the Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship in August 2020. He started his SCE career as an intern in the new venture program. In addition to working with the start-up coaches, his responsibilities included participating in and co-organizing some (online) events such as the Innovation-Café. He also supported the accelerator program DICA during his time at SCE. 
Following his time in startup support, he moved to the qualification department as a working student until the end of 2021. There he supported the core team in day-to-day business, such as video production of image videos and social media. Furthermore, he supported the preparation and implementation of larger events. 
In 2022, he changed departments again and is currently working as a working student in internationalization. There, he is primarily driving the development and integration of various stakeholders into the new SCE community platform (Start for Future).