Mar
16
Tue
2021
#E4s – What to consider when splitting the founding equity @ Online Event
Mar 16 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
#E4s - What to consider when splitting the founding equity @ Online Event

Description of the workshop

The most successful ventures are founded by entrepreneurial teams rather than individual entrepreneurs, but a large founder team can be problematic as well. In the special case of establishing a university spin-out, the number of founders is likely to be higher, the team members fulfill various roles and have a different level of commitment to the day-to-day running of the company. As a provider of resources and permissions, you can expect the university to become a significant shareholder as well. Splitting the equity equally among university and/or founder researchers might be detrimental to the spin-out in the long-run. So how to make sure everyone gets his / her fair share of equity?

This workshop covers important topics like the size of the shareholding, how to split founder equity dos and don’ts and possible consequences, how to tackle founders who don’t commit 100% or want to continue their academic path as well as provide you with some tools to ease the process of splitting the founder’s pie.

At the end of the workshop you will:

  • know what to consider when splitting the founder’s pie
  • have a good overview on what obstacles to avoid when founding a university spin-out
  • know what to expect when negotiating with your university
  • have gained some insights on how to structure your next steps

Guest Lecturer

Lucanus is Founder and Managing Partner of Calm / Storm Ventures, a founder network and boutique venture capital firm based in Vienna, Austria. Prior to founding his own fund, he was a General Partner at Speedinvest where he personally led investments focused on digital health companies including Playbrush, Ourpath, or Diagnosia. Prior to Speedinvest, Lucanus was managing director of whatchado.com a portfolio company of Hansi Hansmann’s “hansmengroup”. Lucanus holds Master degrees in Entrepreneurship (WU Vienna) and International Management (CEMS). Lucanus is passionate about supporting founders with purpose. He helps entrepreneurs solving problems that really matter by leveraging his nearly 20 years of experience in business & corporate development. As a passionate sailor and father of 3, you ‘

Mar
24
Wed
2021
#EoI – Productivity Hacks @ Online Event
Mar 24 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
#EoI - Productivity Hacks @ Online Event

Description of the workshop

Being productive is more than just learning how to “squeeze the lemon”. It’s about learning how to implement simple structures and habits that make your complicated life at least a little bit easier. Let’s jointly discover some of the most powerful productivity hacks that high performers across all industries keep as their “little unknown secrets”. Learn what they are doing to have more things fit into their 24hours of the day and what it is that you can do to stay ahead of the game on the truly important things in your life, the stuff that really matters… and not the little things that creep in! Beware: this workshop is interactive, practicable and not about theory but application!

Guest Lecturer

Michaela Lindinger is founder & CEO of braininspa, an executive sparring and employee experience company. Braininspa nudges visionary leaders and entrepreneurs to the right structures, habits and mindset for maximizing their healthy high performance.

Michaela worked with Fortune 500 organizations around the world on digital strategies and large scale transformation projects, value creation and innovation assignments in multi-million-dollar projects. She has also worked with several startups and international corporate talents across industries to prepare their mindset for the digital transformation and adjusting their business models to become agile and purpose-driven.

Michaela is a millennial serial founder (3x CEO / Co-Founder) and experienced corporate executive, but also a passionate mom and family-manager. She is author and university lecturing professor for innovation, business models and leadership since the age of 29, a member of the international FORBES © Council and the International Society for Coaching Psychology. She holds an International Business Masters Degree from Austria and a Masters Degree in Coaching Psychology from the UK / London.

Apr
28
Wed
2021
#EoI – My Northstar @ Online Event
Apr 28 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
#EoI - My Northstar @ Online Event

Description of the workshop

Do you have your personal Northstar? That bright, shiny thing in the middle of the night’s darkness that gives directions, that allows you to decide what gets a “YES” and what gets a “NO” in your life?

If you don’t have your Northstar you shouldn’t be too surprised if you wake up one day, wondering why you are where you are. You are interested to get back into the driver seat of your life? You’d like to have (finally) more clarity for what you’d like to see happening? You are wondering how to put all that on your personal vision board? These are the things we are going to touch on in this workshop – but only join if you are ready to get some work done, answer some questions for yourself and if you are ready to differentiate yourself from average-performers.

Guest Lecturer

Michaela Lindinger is founder & CEO of braininspa, an executive sparring and employee experience company. Braininspa nudges visionary leaders and entrepreneurs to the right structures, habits and mindset for maximizing their healthy high performance.

Michaela worked with Fortune 500 organizations around the world on digital strategies and large scale transformation projects, value creation and innovation assignments in multi-million-dollar projects. She has also worked with several startups and international corporate talents across industries to prepare their mindset for the digital transformation and adjusting their business models to become agile and purpose-driven.

Michaela is a millennial serial founder (3x CEO / Co-Founder) and experienced corporate executive, but also a passionate mom and family-manager. She is author and university lecturing professor for innovation, business models and leadership since the age of 29, a member of the international FORBES © Council and the International Society for Coaching Psychology. She holds an International Business Masters Degree from Austria and a Masters Degree in Coaching Psychology from the UK / London.

                  

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