Sino-German Lecture Series on Entrepreneurship & Innovation

Sino-German Lecture Series on Entrepreneurship & Innovation

The Tongji University and the Entrepreneurship Hub of the TU Braunschweig are striving for a synergetic cooperation in the field of teaching entrepreneurship knowledge in order to support joint start-up projects. The planned series of lectures is intended to teach the skills in a systematic way, on the one hand to provide the audience with the essential methodical skills needed to start up a start-up and on the other hand to motivate them to take an entrepreneurial path. The focus will be on topics that are relevant in an international, and especially in a German-Chinese context. The aim is to sensitize German and Chinese students and academics to entrepreneurship and, above all, to show the possibilities and potentials that joint German-Chinese start-ups represent. This is a first essential step in the framework of planned long-term cooperation projects in the field of entrepreneurship between Tongji University and TU Braunschweig. A total of six online lectures are planned. Half of them will be initiated and conducted by the Chinese and half by the German side.

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Prof. Dr. iur. Fabian Stancke

Prof. Dr. iur. Fabian Stancke is a professor specializing in banking and insurance law at Brunswick European Law School (BELS) at Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences. In addition, Prof. Dr. Stancke teaches antitrust law at the College of Europe of the University of Hamburg.
Previously, he was an attorney with the international law firm Latham & Watkins LLP since 2007. From 2001 to 2007, Prof. Dr. Stancke was in-house counsel in the group legal department of Allianz SE. Prior to this time, he was a research assistant to Prof. Dr. Hermann-Josef Bunte at the University of the German Federal Armed Forces.
Prof. Dr. Stancke studied law at the University of Hamburg, where he received his doctorate under supervision of Prof. Dr. Peter Behrens. During his legal clerkship he worked in Lübeck, Hamburg, Rome and Sydney.

February 10th, 2021 | 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. (German time)

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