Nine startup teams from Vali Berlin’s Summer Entrepreneurship Program (SEP) presented their business ideas to a jury of executives, investors, and faculty members at the ESMT Berlin satellite campus in Schöneberg yesterday. First place went to the founders Marie Kober and Julie Rosenfeld, MBA students at ESMT, of the startup SENVO, an automated freight invoice auditing and claims management software as a service for logistic departments across industries. They received the prize money of €5,000.
Only two years after breaking into the list as the highest new entrant, ESMT Berlin has placed 12th in the Financial Times' global Masters in Management (MIM) 2021 ranking. The international business school has the highest ranked program of any university based in Germany.