We at Steinbeis
The Steinbeis Advisory Center
Steinbeis Bertaungszentrum Wirtschaftsmediation (Advisory Center for Business Mediation) is an independent company that was founded in 2004 as part of the Steinbeis Foundation.
We specialize in conflict management and mediation, internal and cross-company cooperation, as well as in the public sector and administration.
Whether companies, public organizations or specialized groups, customers develop an effective and healthy "togetherness" through us.
It is no wonder that we are one of the market leaders in mediation in Germany.
The Steinbeis brand has stood for successful knowledge and technology transfer for over 30 years.
Steinbeis builds stable bridges between knowledge and application because Steinbeis employees are at home in both worlds. We keep your benefit in focus for all projects.
Steinbeis works independently of government subsidies and consistently follows market rules with its services.
Technology transfer with Steinbeis: bridge between sound knowledge and successful application
Steinbeis has developed into a global network with around 1,000 transfer companies. 6,000 experts bring their know-how to our network and work in interdisciplinary teams on the development of individual problem solutions that offer customers real added value and help Steinbeis achieve success.
Steinbeis offers technology and management expertise from a single source and in a unique range. Steinbeis is available to partners from all areas as a problem solver and service provider in the areas of consulting, research and development as well as training and further education and serves customers of all sizes.
The Steinbeis Foundation
The building bricks of the Steinbeis Foundation were laid in the 19th century by the namesake and founder of the first Steinbeis Foundation, Ferdinand von Steinbeis - one of the fathers of the modern dual vocational training.
The Steinbeis Foundation took up this idea when the then Prime Minister of Baden-Württemberg Lothar Späth, Prof. Dr. Johann Löhn, appointed the first government commissioner for technology transfer in 1983. At the same time, Prof. Löhn took over the chairmanship of the Steinbeis Foundation.