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Maximilian Winter

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Wer Mann sagt, muss auch Frau sagen? - Gendern in der Schule mit Maximilian Winter & Veit Gruner

Richtig Beef

Maximilian ist Gymnasiallehrer für die Fächer Deutsch und Englisch. Veit ehemaliger Lehrer für die Fächer Musik und Geschichte. Darüber, ob schon in der Schule im Umgang mit den Schülern mehr gegendert werden müsste, haben die beiden ihre eigene Meinung, die sie unterschiedlich begründen. Kapitelübersicht 0:00 - 1:30: Intro  1:30 - 12:00: Die Grundlagen 12:00 - 23:00: Die Bedeutung der Wirklichkeit 24:00 - 28:30: Zurück zur Schule 28:30 - 31:05: Outro Infos Studien: Effekte des generischen Maskulinums und alternativer Sprachformen auf den gedanklichen Einbezug von Frauen, Einfluss gendergerechter Jobbeschreibungen Über Rassismus: Exit Racism


19 Nov 2020

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Episode 15: "Investing in Healthcare Tech Companies" | Maximilian Winter, Neue Fund

HealthTech Hustle

“Smart founders look beyond getting funded, they look what other value all the stakeholders includinginvestors can add to their evolution.”- Maximilian Winter [2:51]Who is Maximilian Winter and what is he doing in this space? [1:07]Neue Fund is a small micro fund in venture capital that started a few years ago by Maximilian Winter. Ithas about 20 something investments and doing another 10, they’re very focused on life sciences,healthcare, and some other traditional investments. He came from Germany where he lived half of hislife and has been in the US for the last 15 years with a background in finance.How did he end up in health tech investing? [1:57]He thought it was the way he could make an impact and he had the experience and understood theproblems that needed unlocking. He plays the role of helping health tech companies- reaching out andadding value.Are there certain types of companies that he works with? [3:31]Their thesis is constantly evolving and is more around human health which is broad and makes itimportant to choose a project to work with. They work with humble people who are willing to learn andare resourceful and responsive.What stage are companies coming to them usually at? [5:01]They target companies that have some type of validation whether in the product or the service likeintellectual property. All the requirements that make a company qualify for them to help. It doesn’thave to be perfect just validation with the technology and how they take the risk by estimating.How did he put together a valuable team? [7:55]You should source for talent that is vast and experienced in multiple fields. His ideal person has to begood in life sciences that validate technology and product, familiar with investment processes, andsomeone good with social situations.Does he go out to look for investment opportunities or do people come to him? [8:54]They come to them and they also source them actively which is close to half and half. They source themin accelerators networks which is wide and other ways that they use. Companies don’t necessarily haveto come through these groups although it is highly beneficial.What are the common challenges that he sees in the healthcare tech industry? [13:32]The healthcare system seems to be very traditional- it’s more reactive than proactive. The technology isvery disjointed, and there are many potentials to be unlocked there. There needs to be a paradigm shiftmindset for individuals to be in charge of their health which will save a lot of cost for the healthcaresystem.Who would be the ideal target audience for companies he wants to work with, in healthtech? [15:31]He wants companies that concentrate on life sciences and ideally in software. He explains the technicalan aspect of the software and technology that he’d like to work with.What advice would he give an entrepreneur looking to grow or get more investments? [17:53]Surround yourself with smart people and be at a network that cares about education, personaldevelopment, and entrepreneurship. Have a good business strategy and a model that works.He answers the rapid-fire round of questions. [20:56]Subscribe to the podcast:Apple Podcastshttps://apple.co/2x0G3UmSpotifyhttps://spoti.fi/3dVzK4XConnect with me:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RodneyHuJRInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/_jrboii_Twitter: https://twitter.com/RodneyHuJrLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rodney-hu-ab7a0a16a/Connect with Maximilian Winter: Website: https://neuefund.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maximilianwinter/


3 Jun 2020

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Sustainability Focused Investing with Maximilian Winter Founder & CEO at Neue Fund

Mission Matters Money with Adam Torres

Investing in early stage companies that have a sustainability focus seems like it would create a win win scenario for many. Join Adam Torres for this episode to learn why Maximilian Winter, Founder & CEO at Neue Fund, has pursued these types of companies for his venture capital firm.Apply to be interviewed by Adam on one of our podcasts:Submit application here: https://missionmatters.lpages.co/podcastguest/Follow Adam on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/askadamtorres/


11 Feb 2020

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Maximilian Winter Founder at NEUE FUND

Money Matters Top Tips with Adam Torres

Maximilian Winter Founder at NEUE FUND is interviewed in this episode. Maximilian is a venture capital investor helping entrepreneurs launch exponential organizations generally with an impact or sustainability element.  Follow Adam on Instagram at Ask Adam Torres for up to date information on book releases and tour schedule.  Apply to become a featured co-author in one of Adam's upcoming books: https://www.moneymatterstoptips.com/coauthor--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/moneymatters/support


10 Jun 2019

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