Steinbeis is one of the world's most successful providers of knowledge and technology transfer. Decisive for all projects: the success of customers, employees and partners.
The Steinbeis brand has stood for successful knowledge and technology transfer for more than 30 years. Steinbeis builds stable bridges between knowledge and application because Steinbeis employees are at home in both worlds. At Steinbeis, the concrete benefit for the customer or partner is the focus of all projects. Steinbeis operates independently of government funding and consistently sets itself the rules of the market with its services. The entrepreneurially designed and responsible transfer process and decentralized action in a centrally designed framework form the organizational basis for success.
The Steinbeis network of transfer orientated centers specializes in making a whole spectrum of the latest technology and management insights available to customers. Steinbeis transfers competitive knowledge and technology into business, for the benefit of large companies and individual entrepreneurs alike.
Companies as well as individuals working with the Steinbeis Network rub shoulders with leading experts in their field, specialists in helping industrialists overcome all types of challenges, from initial hurdles in research and development, to consulting and the development of human resources. Steinbeis' mission is to foster effective and efficient cooperation between the world of science and academia on the one hand, and trade and business on the other. Steinbeis does this by making available knowledge and technology from the source, always in keeping with the competitive market practice.
There were 978 enterprises in our network in 2013. These span all Steinbeis Enterprises (SEs). Depending on the specialist discipline and the focus of work, these SEs employ experts in either legally dependent Steinbeis Transfer Centers, Steinbeis Research and Innovation Centers, Steinbeis Consulting Centers, Steinbeis Transfer Institutes or companies of an independent legal nature. The Network also includes Enterprises operating under franchising arrangements or minority shareholdings. In 2013, 105 new Enterprises joined the Steinbeis Network.