Driven by the mission to automate histopathology, Maria Sievert co-founded the Munich-based medtech, inveox, in 2017. Maria shares the CEO title with her business partner, co-founder and husband, Dominik Sievert.
Under Maria and Dominik’s leadership, inveox has won several awards, was listed on the 2018 Forbes list of “most promising startups,” and took part in accelerator programs such as the Texas Medical Center Accelerator in Houston, USA and the German Accelerator Life Sciences in Boston, USA. The company has also been a member of the World Economic Forum since 2019.
As a successful entrepreneur and innovator in the medtech industry, Maria has established her presence as a role model for female founders. She was included in Capital magazin’s “Young Elite Top 40 Under 40” list, selected as one of the best innovators under 35 by Technology Review, was named one of the “25 Women Whose Inventions Change Our Lives” by Edition F magazine and was a finalist for the Woman Leadership in Entrepreneurship Award by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology. In addition to her advocacy for female leadership, Maria is a member of the TUM School of Management Advisory Board and has maintained a close relationship with the university as an UnternehmerTUM Manage&More alumna. She is often invited to speak at a range of industry events and presentations and has been a guest on several podcasts.
Before launching inveox, Maria was a project manager at BMW Group in the New Digital Data and Business Models division. She has a master’s degree in management with a specialization in entrepreneurship and earned a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from TUM.
Dominik Sievert co-founded the Munich-based medtech, inveox, in 2017 with the objective of making cancer diagnosis faster, safer and more reliable. Dominik shares the CEO title with his business partner, co-founder and wife, Maria Sievert. In the last years, inveox has won several awards, was listed on the 2018 Forbes list of “most promising startups,” and has taken part in well known accelerator programs, including the Texas Medical Center Accelerator in Houston, USA and the German Accelerator Life Sciences in Boston, USA. The company has also been a member of the World Economic Forum since 2019.
Outside of his leadership at inveox, Dominik is a member of the Regional Committee for the Chamber of Commerce and Industry for Munich and Upper Bavaria and has garnered industry recognition through numerous speaking opportunities at conferences, presentations and podcasts.
Prior to founding inveox, Dominik worked for 3+ years at Roche Diagnostics, Germany and was a Technology Analyst at the patent law firm, PATENTSHIP. He earned a master’s degree in both molecular biotechnology and management from the Technical University of Munich (TUM). During his studies, Dominik was accepted into the prestigious Unternehmer TUM Manage&More program and has maintained a longstanding partnership with the university since then.
Inveox is proud to have assembled a diverse team stemming from over 20 different nationalities. On a daily basis, we see the immense benefit of bringing together individuals from a variety of backgrounds, each with unique perspectives. As part of our commitment to innovation and diversity, at inveox, everyone has an equal opportunity to lead, advance and grow. Interested in joining our team? Check out our Careers page for more details.