Tag Archives: Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship

Innovative top of the Netherlands will come together at The Hague for the How To Get There Summit

Initiated by Minister Kamp and Neelie Kroes, the How To Get There (HTGT) Summit is the event where innovative minds of the Netherlands gather to learn from each other and to do business with startups and scaleups. This grand innovation event is one of the main events of the Global Entrepreneurship Week in the Netherlands and takes place on the 17th of

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Entrepreneurship: Skill or Capability?

Sometimes language poses substantial limitations. These weeks, the pressure to get policy on the agenda for the new cabinet formation reaches the boiling temperature – a Dutch saying with a too limited number of Google returns to be internationally valid. On top of the stack is a new human capital agenda for the Netherlands, in which education takes prime position.

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In 5 stappen een Topondernemersregeling (TOR) opzetten

Steeds meer studenten in Nederland ondernemen naast hun (voltijd) studie. Ondernemen tijdens een studie brengt een aantal grote uitdagingen met zich mee. Het opzetten van een topsportprogramma voor studentondernemers, een topondernemersregeling (TOR), is een goede manier om studentondernemers te helpen bij deze uitdagingen. Door het opdoen van kennis en ervaring zijn zij in staat om studeren en ondernemen op hoog niveau succesvol te combineren. 

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Empowering young entrepreneurs to successfully combine studies with business

Entrepreneurship among students is on the rise and more and more ambitious student entrepreneurs are discovering that successfully combining studies and running a business can prove challenging. Student entrepreneurs either spend less time on their startup or study resultingin dropouts or bankruptcy. Becoming succesful While Steve Jobs (Apple), Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook), and Dutch Pieter Zwart (Coolblue) have been highly successful

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Neelie Kroes visits Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship for a taste of Rotterdam startup scene

Neelie Kroes, special envoy for Dutch Startups, visited the Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship (ECE) Campus on May 18th which is home to more than 50 innovative companies and the stage for many entrepreneurship events. This visit was part of the StartupDelta Tour to get a taste of the Dutch Startup ecosystem, and the delegation also continued to the RDM Campus

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