Linde Verlag
2019, December 1
Karin Kreutzer

Interest in investing in startups is growing continuously. However, the know-how and do-how are usually lacking. Many ask themselves: In what form should one invest in startups? What commercial, technical, legal and tax considerations need to be taken into account? What should be taken into account when selecting startups? And how do you end a startup investment professionally?

The practical handbook Startup Investing provides an insight and overview and supports already active startup investors in Austria, Germany and Switzerland in building and expanding their portfolios.

Initiator and head of the Innovation Incubation Center (i²c), the competence center for the founding of research and technology-based startups at the Vienna University of Technology and founder of the TUW i²nkubator. With a doctorate in business informatics, she spent several years at research institutions abroad before accepting an offer from TU Wien in 2011 to develop a qualification program for business start-ups for students and scientists. Within a few years, this resulted in one of the leading university institutions for the promotion of university spin-offs in Europe. Author of numerous scientific papers, on the steering committee of scientific conferences, active as a national and international reviewer, member of various advisory boards and mentor and coach for startup projects and qualification programs.

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