How to contact us

Christian Thiel
Manager (Germany)
Email: enterprisegermany@lse.ac.uk
|Tel: +49 (0)151 6460 8720
Twitter: @lsegermany|

 

  

LSE Enterprise Germany
c/o InnoZ - Innovationszentrum für Mobilität und gesellschaftlichen Wandel GmbH
Torgauer Str. 12 - 15
10829 Berlin (Schöneberg)

 

News and activities

Our activities in Germany to date span consultancy and customised executive education. For more information please get in touch using the contact details to the left.

Berlin

LSE Alumni Entrepreneur Roundtable| (September 2014)

In the context of the celebrations marking the German Alumni Association|’s 30th anniversary, LSE Enterprise Germany organised an LSE Alumni Startup Entrepreneur Roundtable on 27 September in Berlin to showcase the talent and diversity of young LSE entrepreneurs, in cooperation with event partner Mila.

 
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The British-German Dialogue on TTIP in Berlin| (July 2014)

The British-German Dialogue with the Rt Hon Kenneth Clarke QC MP and the German State Secretary Stefan Kapferer in Berlin focused on the prospective Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).

 
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Berlin TXL - The Urban Tech Republic| (July 2014)

LSE Enterprise is consulting for Berlin TXL - The Urban Tech Republic, a new space for envisioning and designing the future of urban planning strategies and solutions.

 
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Future Mobility| (March 2014)

Future Mobility, a one-day expert forum jointly hosted by LSE Cities and The Innovation Centre for Mobility and Societal Change (InnoZ), in cooperation with LSE Enterprise Germany, brought together leading experts in future transport and mobility systems from the UK and Germany.

 
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Launch event of The British-German Dialogue in Berlin| (February 2013)

The first Berlin-based British-German Dialogue (BGD) event took place this week at the German Parliamentary Society (Deutsche Parlamentarische Gesellschaft). Chairman Dr Spyros Economides|, Senior Lecturer in International Relations and European Politics at the LSE‘s European Institute, discussed British-German security and defence cooperation with Dr Michael Williams|, Reader in International Relations at Royal Holloway College, University of London, Dr Ronja Kempin|, Head of the EU External Relations Research Division at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP), and more than 40 invited guests.

More information about the BGD can be found on the website| of the British Embassy in Berlin or on the BGD website|.

 
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Launch of The British-German Dialogue| (January 2013)

The first event of this new high-level discussion forum run by LSE and the FCO took place in London on 31 January, organised by LSE Enterprise. Professor Maurice Fraser (LSE) and the invited speakers Professor Karl-Rudolf Korte, Director of the NRW School of Governance, and Quentin Peel, FT Chief Correspondent in Berlin discussed current trends and potential scenarios for the outcome of the German Federal Elections 2013. They were joined by about 50 opinion formers and decision makers from both countries.

 

Strengthening Competitiveness and Growth in Europe| (October 2012)

Dr Philipp Rösler, vice chancellor and federal minister of economics and technology of Germany, spoke at LSE on 30 October. See the video|

 
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Launch of German branch of LSE Enterprise| (October 2012)

LSE Enterprise is open for business on the EUREF campus| in Berlin.

 

‘Back to school’ for high performing managers| (May 2011)

LSE Enterprise has created a tailor-made annual three and a half-day programme for 30 high performing managers from a global German company, working with academics from LSE's Departments of Management and Accounting and the Financial Markets Group.

 
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The Intelligent City Forum|

The Intelligent City Forum in Berlin is an international platform for multi-disciplinary, applied research into sustainable cities, networked mobility and intelligent infrastructure. It is a joint initiative with the InnoZ (Innovation Centre for Mobility and Societal Change). Its core partners within Germany are the Potsdam Institut für Klimafolgenforschung (PIK), Eit Climate-KIC and Humboldt-Innovation.

 
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