Together, We Achieve Greatness!
Sino-Europe Startups Association (SESA) is a network for people searching for chances to become entrepreneurs. We are united to share information and resources we need for entrepreneurship, to strive for a better environment for startups. SESA’s long term goal is building network of business information, communication and collaboration, pursuing the best-fit resources for startup projects. We help entrepreneurs with our own experience in entrepreneurship, profound connections with scientific and business networks in Europe and China. The headquarter of SESA is in Heidelberg, Germany, and we are developing an association network across Europe via local partners to serve and unite more members.

Startup Teams

SESA provides startup entrepreneurs and teams with a platform of communication and collaboration, and connects start-up projects with resources and networks.


The modern society is eager for innovation and development in technology and economy. By establishing the SESA network, we encourage people with entrepreneur spirit to embrace their passion and to fulfill their dreams.


No matter if you are an entrepreneur or an employee, SESA offers a stage for the talents to show your strength.

Incubators, Clusters and Investors

SESA introduces promising startup teams to incubators, clusters and investors, and we help them to evaluate the prospect of the projects.

German-Chinese Cross-border Business Workshop – Challenges and Opportunities in Globalization

[November 2017]


SESA and German Graduate School of Management and Law (GGS) welcomed the director of Tsinghua-BI Education Programme for Entrepreneurs, and organized a work shop discussing global business opportunities and challenges.

Ms. Li, the director of the Tsinghua EMBA program, and Dr. Chen from SESA met Prof. Stehr, an expert in globolization, and presented cross-border business cases to the MBA students at GGS.

With the guidance of Prof. Stehr, the MBA students started discussion with Ms. Li and Dr. Chen. The two sides from different culture brought out questions to each other and shared point of views from German and Chinese perspectives.

The discussion was continued during lunch time. With delicious food from the student cantina, Chinese guests had a taste of both German food and culture.

In the afternoon session, the MBA students worked on different business cases in teams, and carried out studies in the opportunities and difficulties in Chinese-German cross-border businesses. They presented their team study results, and further exchanged ideas and opinions with Ms. Li and Dr. Chen.

About us

SESA is an European based association for startup projects and entrepreneurs. With our interdisciplinary background and cross-culture knowledge, SESA is dedicated to gather information and resources for startup teams and to promote communication and collaboration between Europe and China.