Kathrin Treutinger

Kathrin Treutinger, BSc MSc
Research Assistant 



Kathrin Treutinger is a doctoral candidate at the RWTH Aachen and research assistant at Innsbruck University. Within her academic work she conducts research in the field of entrepreneurship education and teaches entrepreneurship at university.

Being passionate about entrepreneurship, Kathrin became an entrepreneur herself and co-founded the NGO AMPION in 2014. AMPION runs startup buses throughout Africa to foster tech-entrepreneurship among local and international people. In 2015 she also founded her first very own startup Skinnovation, which combines entrepreneurship with skiing. The flagship activity is a three-day startup event in the Austrian Alps.

Living in the capital of the Alps, Kathrin runs a little Airbnb hotel and hosted already more than 1000 people since starting in October 2015.

Her newest startup, which she found in July 2016 together with Ammar from Syria is called develooper. Develooper is Building websites and webstores.

Besides her startup experiences, Kathrin worked for the HYVE Innovation Community in Munich and consulted companies on open innovation. She also volunteered for various social organisations such as in the UK where she lived for more than a year in a community together with handicapped people or in the Ivory Coast where she worked with teenagers from difficult family backgrounds and young prisoners.

Kathrin holds a bachelor’s degree in international business administration and a master’s degree in marketing management from the Rotterdam School of Management.


Publications of Kathrin Treutinger

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