Our founder portraits in LfA Magazine showcase creative ideas that have been implemented with the support of the LfA. In the Autumn/Winter 2018 issue, we profiled four companies that symbolise digital change in Bavaria. Photographer Conny Mirbach portrayed the masterminds for us. In keeping with the spirit of digitalisation, the detailed stories behind them are also presented online at lfa.de/magazin.

  • Portrait photo of FENECON founder Franz-Josef Feilmeier

Franz-Josef Feilmeier wanted to change the energy market sustainably. In 2011 he took the leap into self-employment. Today Feilmeier New Energy Consulting, or FENECON, is the innovation leader for power storage systems and their applications.

  • Sabine Linz, founder of amoonic.de, leans against a shelf in her office

Sabine Linz (pictured) and Olga Dick are connected through their love for the unique, in the truest sense of the word. With amoonic.de, the two businesswomen founded a platform where users can create high-quality jewelry to their own designs.

  • Thomas Kirchner and Paul Günther, founders of Proglove, sitting on a leather sofa in front of a bookshelf

Thomas Kirchner (left) and Paul Günther (right) have everything under control. Proglove's Wearables, available since 2016, is a 'smart' work glove, with sensors and a scanner that help make manual work, such as in industrial production, more efficient.

  • Thomas Zauner, founder of Scanline, leans against a red cinema chair in the cinema auditorium

Thomas Zauner and his team make great cinema: from Tomb Raider to Jurassic World and Transformers. Scanline has been developing visual effects for films for more than 25 years. Their speciality? Realistic computer simulations of catastrophes such as floods, volcanic eruptions or collapsing houses.

Read more about digital progress in the Autumn/Winter 2018 issue of LfA Magazine.

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