Munich Business School cooperates with many companies and corporations from a wide array of industries in many different ways of collaboration and cooperation.
Cooperation partners of MBS are:
Dennemeyer is a leading intellectual property (IP) service provider with more than 50 years of experience offering the broadest range of IP services globally. Corporations and law firms all over the world are placing their trust in Dennemeyer’s portfolio services. The company works on behalf of their clients in a multitude of industries to carry out patent annuity payments and trademark renewals as well as providing patent and brand management services specifically tailored to match each client’s individual requirements. Through national offices, Dennemeyer brings service close to their clients in various languages.
GlaxoSmithKline, producer of brands such as Sensodyne®, Odol®, and Voltaren® is one of the world's leading healthcare companies, and is committed to improving the quality of human life by enabling people to do more, feel better, and live longer. Valuing people, innovation, accountability, and performance achieved with integrity, GSK is truly an employer of choice.
Around 200 editors and correspondents worldwide stand for sound and independent quality journalism, researching and analyzing exclusively and up to date national and global topics and events. 40 correspondents abroad ensure that Handelsblatt is on the ground in all business centers of the world.
Handelsblatt readers are decision makers and opinion leaders of the German economy and society. Handelsblatt is the most quoted business newspaper in Germany.
As a full-service bank, HypoVereinsbank does business with retail and private banking customers, business, corporate, and real estate customers, and high net worth individuals, engages in international capital market business, and serves the needs of institutional customers.
Customer satisfaction is the focal point of all of HypoVereinsbank's activities. The bank sees itself as a corporate citizen, and focuses on maintaining a high level of corporate social responsibility. Its aim is to create sustainable value for customers, employees, and society as a whole.
Interhyp Group has two major brands: interhyp and prohyp. Interhyp is aimed directly to the end customer while Prohyp addresses individual brokers and institutional partners. In 2015, Interhyp had a construction financing volume of 16.1 billion euros at more than 400 lenders. Thus, Interhyp Group is the largest intermediary for private mortgage lending in Germany. The company employs more than 1,200 people and is present in over 90 locations in Germany on the spot for its customers and partners.
More Information about Interhyp Group at www.interhyp-gruppe.de
The 33 Lindner city and resort hotels stand out due to excellent locations, forward-looking communication solutions, and innovative wellness offers. The family-run group (1,980 employees, revenue of 174.3 million EUR in 2011) is among the ten big-name hotel chains in Germany. The group's CEO Otto Lindner has been honored several times for a range of innovative approaches and hotel concepts, including such milestones as the first multimedia hotel, first stadium hotel, and first zoo-theme hotel.
The Techniker Krankenkasse (TK) represents the interests of its nearly ten million insurees, and is committed to an efficient, financially sustainable, and competition-based health care system. TK guarantees its insurees access to high quality medical care and innovation – while working on a non-profit basis.