Mannheim Founder Talk (Gründergespräche) on March 11

Effective Lean Start-Up Marketing & Growth Hacking - David Handlos, co-founder of Stocard

Stocard is a highly successful Mannheim-based start-up active in the area of relationship marketing services. It has recently secured significant funding from the Hightech Gründer Fonds, Klaas Kersting, CD venture and a business angel to further grow its business.

In the upcoming Founder Talk (former Gründergespräche) on March 11, the Mannheim Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation (MCEI), which is led by the ifm and the Chair of SME Research and Entrepreneurship, is proud to announce David Handlos (Stocard) as a speaker. 

David will share his experience on effective Start-Up Marketing and Growth Hacking. What is more, he will address your questions on how to finance a start-up in the Q&A.

About Stocard
The highly successful Mannheim student start-up Stocard follows the mission of banning plastic loyalty cards from your wallet. The Stocard App brings all your loyalty cards to your mobile phone and you will always get the discounts and amenities. Stocard is free of charge and has been recognized by Apple as one of the best apps of 2011. You can get Stocard for your iPhone, iPod Touch or Android device.
Click HERE to see a small video clip on how Stocard works.

About MCEI
MCEI is an interdisciplinary and interdepartmental Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation at the University of Mannheim. MCEI provides a dedicated platform for young entrepreneurs, potential founders, students, sponsors and investors. Founded by the ifm and the Chair of SME Research and Entrepreneurship in February, the official platform will go live in mid-March 2013. Till then, you can already visit us on our Facebook page.
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Please register for the event by joining on our events page. Registrations should be pursued by March 7 at the latest.
Date: Monday, March 11 2013
Time: 18:30
Venue: Schloss O138 (Fuchs-Petrolub-Festsaal)




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