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Student Startups & Cross-Regional Support Networks: Nordic Entrepreneurship Hubs

V. Lund University, DTU Skylab, KEA

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The institutions of higher education in the Öresund Region educate large volumes of students, some of who will become tomorrow’s entrepreneurs and innovators. At this event you can learn more about how to to connect entrepreneurially minded students with academic research and supporting infrastru...

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The institutions of higher education in the Öresund Region educate large volumes of students, some of who will become tomorrow’s entrepreneurs and innovators. At this event you can learn more about how to to connect entrepreneurially minded students with academic research and supporting infrastructures.

What can we learn from Nordic Entrepreneurship Hubs? Implications for the Öresund entrepreneurial ecosystem

The institutions of higher education in the Öresund Region educate large volumes of students, some of who will become tomorrow’s entrepreneurs and innovators.

At this event we will address three principal questions: 

    How do coordinated start-up programs between collaborating organizations impact entrepreneurial learning and new venture development among students,
    To what extent do traditional incubation models fit the network-based structure of the start-up programs within the NEH-project,
    What are the key learning outcomes for institutions of higher education, and policy makers in the Öresund entrepreneurial ecosystem?

About Nordic Entrepreneurship Hubs

A key challenge for educational institutions is how to connect entrepreneurially minded students with academic research and supporting infrastructures, with the broader intent of fostering job and wealth creation in society. The Öresund region has great potential for entrepreneurship. However, increasing global competition and a stagnating European economy call for closer collaboration and intensified knowledge exchange between universities as to build and develop a thriving entrepreneurial ecosystem. Within this broader context, the project Nordic Entrepreneurship Hubs (NEH) has offered start-up programs for students across the Öresund region where they have been invited to practice entrepreneurship in a supportive network environment.

In this final dissemination event, we will present results from the research and self-efficacy tests which have been conducted by entrepreneurship scholars attached to the project, as well as presentations from other project participants.

Program

12.30: Registration and coffee

13.00: Welcome and introduction

13.10: Why cooperate? Network and collaborations in an inter-regional perspective

13.30: Ignite - a startup-program fostering tomorrow's entrepreneurs and innovators

14.00: How can academic researchers support startup-practitioners working with student entrepreneurs?

14.45: Q&A

15.00: Networking and goodbye

Limited seats.

https://www.nordicentrepreneurshiphubs.com/ 

Diamanto Politis is full Professor at Sten K. Johnson Centre for Entrepreneurship (SKJCE), Lund University. She is also serving as a visiting Professor at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Trondheim. In her role as Programme Director for the Master’s programme in Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Lund she works on a regularly basis with educational interventions characterized by close collaboration with society. Politis has a particular research interest in entrepreneurial learning and entrepreneurship education, academic entrepreneurship, and the dynamics of learning in entrepreneurial ecosystems. Her scholarly work appears in major entrepreneurship outlets, such as Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, Small business Economics, and International Small Business Journal. (Photo: Kennet Ruona) 

Pål Simon Fernvall: Project Manager and Business Developer at DTU Skylab, with a focus on Technical Startups and Startup Funding.
For the last ten years I have been working in, and with, early stage startups in the higher education industry, and for the last five years i have been a part of the support system for technology startups at DTU.
I have an educational background in business and sociology and have professional  experienced in Startup Funding, Business Development, Market Research, Management, Hardware and Med-tech.
I have been the project manager for DTU’s involvement in the NEH project, since the beginning of the project.

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Kontaktpersoner

Mikkel Langer
mila@kea.dk
Tlf. 20363166