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As one of the universities in Germany awarded the status of "Excellence University", RWTH Aachen University, established in 1870, is a leading technical university in Germany and Europe with over 40,000 students and more than 500 professors.
Due to the importance of the “Go-to-Market” strategy in up-scaling projects, the Chair of Management Accounting at RWTH Aachen University [Germany] will be devoted to the “Go-to-Market”, business plan and market assessment.
The Chair of Management Accounting at RWTH Aachen University belongs to the School of Business and Economics with a highly interdisciplinary profile, drawing together strands from the business and economics sciences with those from the engineering and natural sciences. The Chair of Management Accounting has conducted multiple research projects on business modelling and has published results in high-tier scientific outlets. Its focus is on business modelling, control systems for value chains, and behavioural (experimental) management accounting in multiple areas, such as the development of energy markets and energy policies, the evaluation, promotion and dissemination of innovative and “green” technologies, management accounting approaches for promoting resource efficiency, the sustainability of mobility behaviour, electric mobility, the planning and managing of efficient and environmentally sound product and information flows in value creation networks, ramp-up management, managerial accounting of demographics, emissions trading and the contribution of firms to a sustainable development.
In ScaVanger the Chair of Management Accounting is devoted to the development of a go-to-market strategy, i.e., market assessment, business plan development and evaluation, and ultimately an implementation plan.
As work package leader, the Chair of Management Accounting therefore creates new value creation potentials, estimates the total revenue and cost streams associated with the materials from the new recovery plant.
These tasks support the actual implementation of this go-to-market strategy and thereby the application of the research results in the raw materials industry.
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