The gas and energy supply over the winter was a concern for all of Europe. The need for new and alternative energy production methods or processes can create new entrepreneurial opportunities. How to find and use such opportunities is part of the entrepreneurship course.
In addition to his entrepreneurial activities, Dr. Behrendt has also worked as a part-time lecturer in London and as an assistant professor in Istanbul and was awarded the Business Angel of the Year in Turkey in 2015.
Prof. Dr. Sven Heidenreich has held the Chair of Business Administration, in particular Technology and Innovation Management at Saarland University since 2017. His research interests include technology and innovation management as well as entrepreneurship and addressed questions around consumer resistance to innovation, co-creation of technology-based services, innovation networks, business model innovation, innovative work behaviour or entrepreneurial behaviour.
Jun.-Prof. Dr. Benedikt Schnellbächer is Junior Professor for Digital Transformation and Entrepreneurship at Saarland University. His research interests include sustainable start-ups, digital start-ups, Entrepreneurial behavior and Business Model Development.