International Conference 2022

It's getting turbulent...

on 1 October 2022 in Berlin

Everyone talks about entrepreneurship, intrapreneurship and invokes the "entrepreneurial spirit". But what is it actually? What does it mean for founders? Which value does it really add for companies? Questions like these will be addressed at the International Conference 2022 in Berlin: "Being Entrepreneurial In Turbulent Times". We meet live in the start-up metropolis with exciting guests during the conference day and a thrilling party in the evening. You can't miss it, register now!

Registration - Prices
  • Regular Members (Conference & Dinner) 299 EUR 
  • Junior Members (Conference & Dinner) 179 EUR
  • Non-Members (Conference & Dinner) 340 EUR
  • Conference only 250 EUR
  • Student Ticket (conference only) 99 EUR
  • Dinner only 90 EUR

Places are very limited so be sure you secure your spot for the EWMD International Conference 2022 in Berlin today! You can't miss it! Register now! 

Conference Location
Novotel Berlin-Tiergarten
Straße des 17. Juni 106-108
10623 Berlin

Bedrooms can be booked at the special price of 123.00 per night by indicating the name EWMD. Hotel phone number for bookings: +4930-600350

Dinner & Party Location
Ballhaus Berlin
Chausseestraße 102
10115 Berlin

Brigitte Zypries, Former Minister of Economic Affairs

9:00 Opening 

Keynote Maitri O'Brien: "Entrepreneurs & Intrapreneurs - Women in Leadership unleashing their Superpowers"

9:20 - 10:30 Keynotes 

  • "How to become a Business Angel?", Dr. Gesa Miczaika

  • "How to drive Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Companies", Dr. Monika Lessl

  • "Doubling down on gender diversity in VC: What can we all do - together?", Mor Eini

  • "To build and ensure entrepreneurial spirit is key for growth", Dr. Katrin Lumma

10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break & Market Place

11:00 - 12:00 Panel Discussion "Women as Change Makers" with all Key Note Speakers, Moderator: Nadin-Shirin Zimmermann

12:00 - 13:30 Lunch Break & Get Together

13:30 - 15:00 Workshop time - 4 topics on Entrepreneurship and Intrapreneurship

  • "Are your a game changer from within? Values make all the difference" with Guénola Langenberg and Martina Baehr

  • "Intrapreneurship im Public Sector – die Change Story des ITDZ Berlin"

  • "Come with your idea and leave with great building blocks for your business plan" with Sophie Ravel

  • "Creativity Gap - What you cannot imagine, you cannot build" with Sigrid Peuker

15:00 - 15:30 Coffee Break & Market Place 

15:30 - 16:15 Award "She made a difference"

16:15 - 17:00 Summary of Key Learnings & Highlights and Closing

All day: Meet, Share, Engage at the Coffee Bar & in the Market Place

Dr. Gesa Miczaika

Partner at the Auxxo Female Catalyst

Fund and Deputy President of the German Startups Association

How to become a Business Angel?

Dr. Gesa Miczaika is a general partner at the Auxxo Female Catalyst Fund and Deputy President of the German Startups Association. Beside that, Gesa co-founded the Evangelistas, a network of female business angels with more than 150 members in Germany. Her background is in strategy consulting and start-ups.

Dr. Monika Lessl

Bayer AG Senior Vice President

Corporate R&D and Social Innovation

Vorstand Bayer Stiftung Deutschland

How to drive innovation and entrepreneurship in companies

Dr Monika Lessl is Senior Vice President of Bayer AG and leads Corporate R&D and Social Innovation. As a member of the Board of the Bayer Foundation, she is responsible for its activities in the field of science and social innovation. She is a member of the global R&D Executive Committee of Bayer AG. In her role, she drives transformation processes in R&D as well as access to new technologies through cross-functional research and cooperations. She leads on scientific governance and integrity and is active in the dialogue between science and society. In addition to Corporate R&D, she is responsible for Bayer's global social engagement with a focus on sustainability and innovation.

Mor Eini

Strategic Partnerships and Growth Manager at APX

Doubling down on gender diversity in VC: What can we all do — together?

Mor Eini is a Strategic Partnerships and Growth Manager at APX, the Berlin-based very-early-stage VC backed by Axel Springer and Porsche. She is responsible for the company’s partnerships and portfolio companies, connecting any innovation-seeking companies in the world with one of APX’s market-leading portfolio companies. A true innovation advocate, she has a long history of supporting start-ups in both Germany and Israel. Before fostering a community for Germany-based Israelis in tech, Mor served as a captain in the Israeli Defense Forces, managing the HR affairs for more than 800 soldiers and commanders.

Dr. Katrin Lumma

Partner @ zeb consulting

To build and ensure entrepreneurial spirit
is key for growth

Dr. Katrin Lumma is a partner at zeb, one of the largest European consulting firms with focus on financial services. As part of the management team, she is responsible for the SME-focussed consulting business and - as an entrepreneur within the company - is responsible for large key accounts. Since the founding phase more than 25 years ago, Katrin has accompanied zeb's development. She is a co-designer of the strategy for decentralised entrepreneurship and personal responsibility as a basis for joint growth of companies as well as employees. Her many years of consulting experience in banking and her exchange with the management of the industry repeatedly show the importance of transformation processes and of diversity, the latter being her heart topic. She is the founder of the women@zeb network and an active mentor of the Women into Leadership initiative, IWiL.