TechnoPark Chemnitz GmbH
Technologie-Campus 1
09126 Chemnitz

Tel.: +49 (0)371 5347 704
Fax: +49 (0)371 5347 705
E-Mail: info@tpc-chemnitz.de
StartUp Technopark Chemnitz GmbH
 
Stand / Druckdatum: 18.07.2018

The StartUp building

 

 
 
StartUp Companies
 
 

StartUp Companies

 
 
 
 

The Start-Up building

Setting up in the Start-Up building allows new companies to profit from its intelligent infrastructure. First, they can make use of university facilities such as the library, research labs and cleanrooms, thereby intensively participating in research findings.

Second, there are all the benefits of the pre-competitive environment. The costs incurred through advance payments for development are significantly reduced, and awareness among potential customers and capital investors is greatly increased. In turn, this raises the company's profile and makes customer acquisition much easier.

One compelling advantage is the ratio of macro costs such as production costs and labour costs at the Chemnitz site to the micro site costs in the Start-Up building. Central facility management means a sophisticated technical infrastructure can be operated at lower costs.



 
floor plan (pdf 206.7 kB)
 
 
 
 
 

The Smart Systems Campus

Microsystem technology in Chemnitz

A dynamic network of skills in the field of microsystem technology is evolving on the Smart Systems Campus in Chemnitz. The park is generously proportioned at almost 4.5 hectares, and its short pathways link renowned research establishments to entrepreneurship and pioneering spirit. This is the place where new, quickly expanding start-ups can set up side-by-side with international companies from among the sector's market leaders.

With its close proximity to the Chemnitz Technical University, the Fraunhofer institutes and facilities, and the microsystem technology companies located in the commercial area, the Campus has every chance of developing into an internationally recognised centre of excellence.



 
www.smartsystemscampus.de Smart Systems Campus brochure (pdf 3.3 MB)