On September 19th, Bryan Finkel, president of the New York City chapter of the MIT Enterprise Forum, and Dr. Markus Hannebauer, managing director of think-cell, signed a software license agreement that allows the members of the Enterprise Forum in New York City to make free nonprofit use of think-cell chart – think-cell's flagship product for chart creation.
"On its way from a small startup company to an international leader in presentation software think-cell has received a lot of free support and advice from senior business individuals and fellow companies. By supporting the MIT Enterprise Forum we want to give something back to the business community." explains Markus.
The MIT Enterprise Forum (MITEF) is a volunteer, not-for-profit organization whose mission is to provide educational programs and services that promote networking and innovation at the intersection of business and technology. Formed by MIT alumni in 1971, MITEF has grown to 23 chapters worldwide – one of them being the New York City chapter.
think-cell was founded in 2002 in Berlin and is today the leading vendor of productivity software for professional PowerPoint users. Its software covers the complete process of presentation creation – from analysis and preparation of business data to the graphical rendering of qualitative and quantitative results. Most international business consulting firms, as well as a large number of the well-known industrial global leaders, are among think-cell's customers.