Headergrafik - Alumni

EBS Alumni success stories

The excellent education and the active network community of the EBS does, among others, reflect in the professional success of the alumni. The EBS Alumni Network is an integral element to the German and international corporate markets. EBS Alumni exercise key positions in governing and executive committees of well-known (family) businesses.

We would like to take the opportunity to introduce you to some of our extraordinarily successful EBS Alumni:

Alumni Startups

The distinct entrepreneurial mindset of EBS Students and EBS Alumni, its combination with commercial toolset, exemplary enthusiasm and desire to creation and invention has been led a number of alumni to become particularly successful in self-employment businesses.

Aside from industrial career success, our EBS Alumni have been succeeding traditionally in professional banking and commercial careers. Increasing over recent years, EBS Alumni have devoted themselves to an entrepreneurial career path. Regardless of the time of entrance into the venture world – during or immediately following education at the EBS Universität or subsequent to years of professional experience -, our EBS Alumni are prodigiously involved and prosperous in their choices.

Allow us to introduce you to some examples of successful EBS Alumni entrepreneurial accomplishments and startups:

  • Aday is a US fashion label for women’s clothing and couture, founded by EBS Alumni Nina Faulhaber and Meg He
  • brands4friends.de – Germany’s largest online shopping club – was co-founded by EBS Alumnus Mario Zimmermann in 2007. Three years later, the startup was sold to ebay for EUR 150m.
  • caseable – Innovation by individualization of pocket bags and cases for electronics. EBS Alumni Klaus Wegener and Marvin Amberg joined to establish caseable in 2007.
  • Comatch, a platform for freelance consultants, was launched by Christoph Hardt and EBS Alumnus Jan Schächtele.
  • In 2010, EBS Alumni Frederik Fleck and Jan Hendrik Ansink started expertcloud.de in Berlin.
  • Fashionette.de – Germanys largest online boutique for designer bags – with EBS Alumnus Fabio Labriola as its chief executive
  • Lieferando – a food delivery intermediary, was established by EBS Alumni Kai Hansen, Christoph Gerber and Jörg Gerbig in 2009 -Kreditech is a credit rating platform with a technology designed to facilitate and accelerate the creditworthiness determination beyond market standards. The company was launched by EBS Alumni Sebastian Diemer and Alexander Graubner-Müller.
  • Plista is an advertising platform for native advertising and content distribution. EBS Alumni Christian Laase, Andreas Richter and Dominik Matyka are the founders.
  • Project Oona is an online shop for customized bags, set up by EBS Alumna Maru Winnacker.
  • Savedroid is a fintech app that intends to support young people in their goal to put money aside and save up funds. EBS Alumnus Marco Trautman founded the company together with Yassin Hankir and Tobias Zander.
  • Vapiano – a modern restaurant chain with pasta, pizza and more. In 2002, EBS Alumnus Mark Korzilius opened the first restaurant in Hamburg.
  • Volders is a contract managing program, reminding its users of, among others, cancellation periods. Jan Hendrik Ansink, EBS Alumnus, is the company’s founder.
  • Von Floerde is an online menswear shop. During its performance on the German edition of Shark Tank, EBS Alumnus and founder David Schirmacher secured an investment of EUR 100,000+.