Project Overview

Running projects:

The Entrepreneurial Office is an institution of the University of Koblenz-Landau, which is active at both campuses in Koblenz and Landau. The task of the Entrepreneurial Office is to systematically and purposefully support start-ups in the academic field and, in addition, to strengthen the start-up culture at both campuses of the university.
The University of Koblenz-Landau - one of Germany's founding universities in a vivid entrepreneurial ecosystem - offers a double master's degree in Information Management with a major in Entrepreneurship, Technology & Innovation Management (ETI-M).
The overarching objective of the "InnoFès" project is to develop a sustainable implementation concept for the main project phase in accordance with the funding announcement. The main project phase aims to develop an innovative university ecosystem in the region of Fès, Morocco, whose core is the Euro-Mediterranean University of Fès (UEMF).
The ZIFET successfully participated in 2017 for a call of the state of Rhineland-Palatinate for the "InnoProm" project. "InnoProm" is a project sponsored by the federal state of Rhineland-Palatinate that promotes practice-oriented doctoral projects designed to promote concrete innovations of companies in Rhineland-Palatinate.
As part of the DAAD pilot programme "Entrepreneurial Universities in Africa (EpU)", the project "The Moroccan Entrepreneurial University Initiative" (MUnIE) aims to reform the structures and offers of two Moroccan universities and adapt them to the needs of the labour market.
EXIST Potentials is the new funding measure of the Federal Ministry of Economics (BMWi) within the framework of EXIST-Gründungskultur. The REGINT project aims to further develop the start-up culture in the Greater Region Rhineland-Palatinate/Saarland through internationalization.
The non-university research institutions are characterized by heterogeneous contents and structures, different research focuses and different marketability of the research results. The respective activities to promote innovation and transfer have also developed and unfolded differently. The newly developed instrument ‘Enabling Innovation’ will systematically support the transfer of knowledge and technology from ...