Frank-Martin Belz

Frank-Martin Belz holds the Chair of Corporate Sustainability at the Technische Universität München (TUM School of Management). His research focusses on sustainable entrepreneurship and sustainable innovation. Frank-Martin Belz studied Business Administration at the University of Giessen and the University of Mannheim (Germany). He did his PhD in Business Administration at the University of St. Gallen (Switzerland), where he has also been Assistant and Associate Professor. He stayed visiting researcher, and visiting professor respectively at: University of Gothenborg (Sweden, Boston University (USA), York University in Toronto (Canada, ESAN University in Lima (Peru), and Aalto University School of Business in Helsinki (Finland). He publishes widely in leading international journals. His text book “Sustainability Marketing: A Global Perspective” (written with Ken Peattie) won the prestigious VHB Award for the “Best Text Book in the Year 2010”. It has been adopted in undergraduate and graduate courses all over the world.

Contact: frank.belz@tum.de

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Julia Katharina Binder

Julia Katharina Binder was born in 1988 in Germany. In her undergraduate studies she studied Marketing and Communication at the IMK in Germany and the Hawaii Pacific University in USA. In 2012 she graduated with distinction from the University of Edinburgh with a Master of Science degree in Marketing.

In January 2013 she joined the Chair of Corporate Sustainability Brewery and Food Industry at the Technische Universität München (TUM School of Management). As a research assistant and PhD student she focuses on topics of sustainability in business, with a particular focus on sustainable entrepreneurship.

Contact: julia.binder@tum.de


 
 

Anna Wagenschwanz

Anna Wagenschwanz completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Mannheim in Business Administration, during which she gained international experience at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. She then graduated from Technische Universität München (TUM) and Aarhus University with a Double Degree Master of Science in “Consumer Affairs”. In January 2016, she joined the Chair of Corporate Sustainability Brewery and Food Industry at the TUM School of Management as a research assistant and PhD student. In her dissertation she focuses on the topic of sustainable entrepreneurship. 

 
 

Frederike Falke

Frederike Falke completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Maastricht in International Economic Studies, during which she gained international experience at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. She then graduated from Maastricht University with a Master of Science in Behavioral Economics. In February 2016, she joined the Chair of Corporate Sustainability Brewery and Food industry at the TUM School of Management as a research assistant and PhD student. In her dissertation she focuses on the topic of sustainable entrepreneurship.


 
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Henrike Purtik

Henrike Purtik studied international relations with a focus on sustainable development and holds a German-French master degree from FU Berlin and IEP Paris. After graduating, she worked for four years in a consulting company, where she has led various projects on corporate responsibility and corporate governance.

In January 2014, Henrike joined the Chair of Corporate Sustainability at Technische Universität München (TUM) as research assistant and doctoral student. She focuses her research on sustainable innovation and open innovation.

Contact: henrike.purtik@tum.de