Are you interested in a company succession? But you're not quite sure yet whether it's really something for you? Then you've come to the right place: this website not only provides all the information you need on the subject of business succession. You can also be inspired by practical examples or take part in various workshops - click through and find the offer that suits you!
Business succession as a special form of start-up in Münsterland holds great potential in the coming years. If the Germany-wide estimates of the number and structure of business successions are extrapolated to the Münsterland region, around 3,000 businesses will be available for handover between 2018 and 2022. According to the Germany-wide statistics of the Institute for SME Research in Bonn (IfM), more than half of the businesses are usually passed on within the family, just under 20 percent are passed on within the company and just under 30 percent (and thus around 900 businesses) are passed on outside the company. However, almost every second business fails to find a successor.
The project Gründergeist #Youngstarts Münsterland sets new accents in the region to strengthen the start-up culture, especially business succession in Münsterland. We offer opportunities to exchange ideas with like-minded people in workshops, to participate in online seminars or to be inspired by practical examples in our podcast series! In addition, networking events offer the opportunity to meet interesting personalities and actors in the scene, to exchange ideas and to benefit from relevant experiences.
Are you planning an investment and want to find out about possible development loans or grants?
Together with Michael Monstadt (NRW.BANK), Dr. Kai Pflanz (NRW.BANK) and Sergej Paveliev (ZENIT GmbH), gfw will advise you individually and personally on development loans and grants for investments, e.g. in innovations, research projects, digitalisation projects or efficiency measures.
Unfortunately, very few of us have an infinite amount of time. Information quickly becomes obsolete, more and more flexibility is demanded and lack of time and stress are part of everyday life. Therefore, it is becoming more and more important, especially as a company successor, to manage your time wisely. In the workshop, speaker Katja Dittmar will show how to set priorities, correctly assess management tasks in terms of time and use the five self-management areas of "goals", "self-determination", "priorities", "plan" and "motivation" for oneself.
Unfortunately, no one has an infinite amount of time. Information quickly becomes obsolete, more and more flexibility is demanded and lack of time and stress are part of everyday life. If new tasks are added as a company successor or founder of a company, it can easily happen that one is controlled from the outside and only makes few self-determined decisions. Therefore, it is becoming more and more important to use the limited time available as a company manager wisely. This workshop shows how this can be done.
Speaker Katja Dittmar (DiLaPe Human Resources Development) will explain how to set priorities, assess management tasks correctly in terms of time and use the five areas of self-management "goals", "self-determination", "priorities", "plan" and "motivation".
This time, the Gründergeist #Youngstarts Münsterland team is broadcasting live from the SuperBioMarkt headquarters at the harbour in Münster. Make yourself comfortable at home, switch on digitally and experience an exciting panel discussion on the topic of "Bottom up - Growing into a leadership role".
On the one hand, there are those in the company succession who from employee to boss at some point and possibly take over the company. take over the company. On the other hand, there is the classic "child of the owner" who would like to take over the reins in the long term (or already has) and (or already has) and wants to take the step to becoming a recognised superior. supervisor. In both cases the challenges are particularly great. In such situations, it is important to be accepted and appreciated and to and also to find one's own role in the new position.
Three exciting personalities are invited to share their experiences, as well as an expert who has already accompanied the succession process of numerous small and medium-sized enterprises!
Talk round participants: Luca Radau (successor), SuperBioMarktAG; Daniel Hagemeyer (successor), Tischlerei Hagemyer; Judith Deitert (successor),Pfreundt GmbH; Stefanie Schäfer (business coach), REFLECT-COACHING; Andrea Hansen (moderator)
Anyone who wants to be the successor in a company or is toying with such a thought develops plans for the future of the business. But it is equally important to be clear about how you, as the boss, want to lead your team to achieve your goals. The possibilities for this are many - and depend not least on the personality of the new boss and the personalities in the team.
In the online workshop of Gründergeist #Youngstarts Münsterland, speaker Katja Dittmar wants to support potential successors in developing their individual leadership style. The participants first learn about leadership roots and leadership images. From this, they develop their own leadership methodology and an understanding of their role. At the end, the focus is on the possibilities of implementation in practice.
Above all, entrepreneurship means adapting to a wide range of changes in order to remain competitive in the future. Changes are imminent, for example, in the context of a company succession. In order for the change to succeed, it helps to have an eye on the current economic challenges and to take a direction that successful companies have already taken.
Marianne Koschany-Rohbeck, Senior Consultant at gfw in the district of Warendorf and authorised management consultant of the Offensive Mittelstand, uses a company check (using the example of the topics of leadership and corporate culture) to teach how to identify the need for action in the company and how to initiate change processes.
This workshop is aimed at people interested in setting up a business who want to find out about the two basic alternative paths to self-employment: Founding a start-up from "scratch" with all its challenges, or succeeding an established company through participation or holistic purchase. The workshop addresses the different personalities and motives and presents the advantages, challenges and special features of a start-up as well as its founding process.
The speaker is Dr. Stefan Borchert. After completing his wholesale apprenticeship, Borchert studied business administration and did his doctorate on company networks in food distribution at the Münster Chair of Business Administration, especially Distribution and Trade, Prof. Dr. Dieter Ahlert. Since 2004, he has been a freelance consultant to small and medium-sized enterprises on strategic business planning and management, organisational development, employee participation and corporate financing.