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Get started: startup entrepreneurs programme

Get Started is a ten-week programme at Erasmus Center for Entrepreneurship (ECE) that empowers ambitious startup entrepreneurs to turn their ideas into an actual business and scale it. Through mentoring, workshops and an amazing network, you’ll work on building a product that people want and love, and creating a business model around it. What you get Workshops Peer-2-peer support Advice

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Entrepreneurship education at school in Europe

Teaching entrepreneurship is most beneficial when schools offer a strategy that is specifically aimed at this cause. Working without strategy makes it harder to get a grasp on entrepreneurship education. There are also a lot of improvements to be made in assessing student qualifications and focusing on entrepreneurship education for teachers. These are just some of the findings of the

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Day@theCampus in Rotterdam – Recap

The March edition of Day@theCampus at Erasmus Center for Entrepreneurship (ECE) centered around collaborations between startups and corporates in the energy domain. Startup founders, investors, students and corporate innovation professionals got together last Tuesday (March 1st) to meet and exchange thoughts. Startup/Corporate Speeddating After a crowded lunch, Jurgen Nieuwenhuijsen (ECE) and Erwin Koenraads (Get in the Ring Global) kicked off the startup corporate speeddating sessions by

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| The16 Guestblog | The16 alumni event

Friday February 19th, The16 Student Entrepreneurs of The Netherlands organized an alumni event for all previous chosen ones who have already experienced the adventure before. All attendees told their own rollercoaster stories from one of the previous editions. In 2011, The16 went to Boston and Silicon Valley, in 2012 to Turkey and in 2013 to China. The combination of The16 veterans

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| The16 Guestblog | The16 and their political journey

Yes, good connections and a bold but friendly attitude are helpful. Ask the right questions to the right people, use Twitter as a medium for an extra fast response and one can shorten the two year waiting list for the Tweede Kamer into two weeks.    On Wednesday February 10th, The16 visited the House of Representatives to talk to two politicians, Anne-Wil Lucas (VVD) en Tanja Jadnanansing (PvdA).

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Energy-related corporates want to date startups

On Tuesday March 1st the ECE Day@theCampus will be devoted to startup and corporate collaborations. 10 corporates from the energy-domain are joining speeddating sessions to effectively meet multiple startup founders at the Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship. Applications for startups are open now!  Innovating together The Netherlands has one of the highest number of home-made multinationals per square meter in the world.

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Breaking Barriers: where startups meet corporates

There is a new way of creating easier access for startups into the corporate world. By organizing semi-open events, startups and business professionals can meet and learn from each other. At last week’s Breaking Barriers event (Feb. 10) – initiated by ING Bank – fintech startups got a chance to meet banking professionals and learn from experts in their industry.  Product demo’s A few Dutch fintech startups were selected to demonstrate

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Verslag “Nieuwe businessmodellen en nieuwe economie”

Op 12 november 2015 vond het seminar Nieuwe businessmodellen en nieuwe economie plaats, een initiatief van het Lectoraat Innovatief Ondernemen aan de Haagse Hogeschool. Tijdens dit seminar stonden de zoektocht naar nieuwe economische perspectieven en businessmodellen van de toekomst centraal.    Het Lectoraat Innovatief Ondernemen heeft een verslag opgesteld waarin de thema’s die tijdens het seminar aan bod kwamen, zijn uitgewerkt. Het is

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StartupDelta countdown

This month, StartupDelta reaches its final five months of the program. In January 2015, StartupDelta was founded by the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs which assigned Neelie Kroes as Special Envoy. Currently, we are well on our way to reaching the goals that were set at the beginning of the program. With only five months ahead, the countdown has officially begun!   Goals The focus of

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Sign up for semi-finals Global Student Entrepreneur Awards

Do you want to be the next Dutch representative to become Global Student Entrepreneur of the Year? Then make sure to sign up for the semi-finals of the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards (GSEA) 2016 on March 31. The winner will receive a start capital of €2500 as well as a fully accommodated trip to Bangkok to participate in the Global Finals event

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