Frachtklub wins first TUMfast Start-up Pitch

Logistics and tech start-up Frachtklub has won the first TUMfast Start-up Pitch. The start-up presented its business concept to the three-member jury, consisting of entrepreneur Carsten Maschmeyer, Professor Gunther Friedl and tech entrepreneur Alexander Springer, at the TUM School of Management Faculty Day.

Frachtklub has developed an online shop construction kit that logistics companies can easily integrate into their websites and processes. Companies can then use the digital sales channel to handle goods transportation, increase sales and win new customers.

The founder and CEO of Frachtklub, Leif-Hermann Lühmann, won against five strong competitors that each presented their business ideas at the TUMfast Start-up Pitch. The jury evaluated the teams in terms of their entrepreneurial approach, creativity and the practicability of the start-up concept. The winning team will receive coaching from Carsten Maschmeyer and a ski weekend in Kitzbühel sponsored by Alexander Springer.

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