In the course of digitalization, the role of the company advisory board is also becoming increasingly crucial. The IHK Magazine interviewed Melanie Stütz from IDEASCANNER about this, who sees her role here as Advocatus Diaboli: “Before taking up an advisory board position, I tell the management quite clearly that I will consciously take the position of the ‘opposite side’ in order to move it forward.” Read the full article here.
The UNESCO Working Group on Information Accessibility (WGIA) has invited Melanie Stütz to talk about how IDEASCANNER is “Democratizing the Knowledge of Successful Venture Capitalists (VCs) – From a ‘Pre-flight Check’ for Business Ideas to Entrepreneurial Thinking” on 09/28, 11 a.m. (CET) at the Artificial Intelligence for Information Accessibility Conference (AI4IA). Be part of the discussion and register now here.
Recognizing the significance of access to information, the 74th UN General Assembly proclaimed 09/28 as the International Day for Universal Access to Information (IDUAI). For more information visit the websites of the AI4IA Conference & UNESCO
jumpp and the Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth (BMFSFJ) invite you to the panel discussion with: Lajla Fetic (Bertelsmann Foundation), Melanie Stütz (IDEASCANNER) and many more at the digital expert event “Diversity in AI Development – Migrant Women Join the Mix” on 09/09. Register now for free and join the discussion: https://www.jumpp.de/ki.
Recently, Andreas G. Stütz was invited to the University of Passau for a guest lecture on “What Entrepreneurs Can Learn From Venture Capitalists”. Now the Heidelberg University invites to “How Artificial Intelligence Is Transforming Business Models” with Melanie Stütz as speaker. This online event is part of the STARTUP SCHOOL by hei_INNOVATION and is also open to the public. Click here to register for July 20, 5 pm!
In a guest article, the entrepreneur and pilot couple Melanie and Andreas G. Stütz describe how new forms of team collaboration, problem identification and business idea evaluation can systematically lead to new solutions for social problems. Read the blog here!
“Today we want to share 8 of the motivation clusters that we found to cause people to share so that you can use them to engineer your product to make it more shareable and more viral,” so James Currier from NFX. When you read this excellent article, you’ll understand why virality is also an attribute we use to scan business ideas with IDEASCANNER.
As CEO of IDEASCANNER, Melanie Stütz makes business ideas quickly measurable for the first time. With IDEASCANNER SaaS, the “pre-flight check” for business models, she drives entrepreneurial thinking in corporate innovation and entrepreneurship education. Melanie grew up in a family of entrepreneurs and has a business and data science background. She is an entrepreneur, adventurer and pilot.
As part of the Weltflug.tv co-production with ARD, she was the first female pilot to fly across five continents in a “flying car” together with her husband, Andreas G. Stütz. Thereby, they worked together with the children’s charity terre des hommes to promote the education of children worldwide. Previously, she worked at Microsoft’s German headquarters, Unisys in Madrid, Siemens in Regensburg, an advertising agency in Beijing and a company builder in Munich.
In 2019, Mel was voted one of the top 80 minds in Munich’s digital and creative scene. Since 2020, she has been active as a partner, jury and mentor for the evaluation of business ideas for, among others, the European Commission, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Women in AI.
The ITU Liaison Office at the UN, UN ICC, ITU Americas and the Office of the UN Secretary-General’s Envoy on Youth have invited Melanie Stütz to be part of their UN Girls and Women Talking Tech Interview Series with women in technology that are role models and leaders. Check the interview together with Lu Han, Senior – University of California Santa Barbara.
IDEASCANNER will again be present at this year’s Digitaltag for business and innovation as well as education and science. Register now for June 18th, 10.30-11.00 a.m.: What you can learn from VCs – From the digital quick test for business ideas to entrepreneurial thinking!