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European Commission invites 12 startups to meet role models
The Tech all stars competition offers the opportunity to pitch to successful entrepreneurs
Change the mind-set around innovation in Europe
Europe needs a fresh cycle of innovation to create a more “reactive economy” that can absorb shocks and bounce back, the European Education Commissioner Androulla Vassiliou tells the Science|Business European Entrepreneurship Summit
University entrepreneurs need help to succeed
The many obstacles in the way of campus start-ups range from mundane rivalry over laboratory space, to a lack of a top-level commitment to promoting technology transfer and entrepreneurialism. This year's ACES winners met with EIT to discuss experiences and share insight.
EU research funds should go to venture capital firms, not companies
Venture capitalists should be in charge of picking technology winners, not civil servants, says Risto Siilasmaa, Chairman and interim CEO of Nokia
Fearless Angels are critical in overcoming the capital shortage facing innovation
It’s often hard to quantify, but angel investing is a growing around the world. New data indicate this will be key to overcoming the growth challenges facing entrepreneurs, says the OECD's Karen Wilson
It’s time for universities to embrace student entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurs, investors and industry leaders attending the third annual Science|Business Academic Enterprise Awards (ACES) conference earlier this month called on European politicians and universities to do more to support entrepreneurship on campus and help seed a new generation of world-class technology companies.
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European Commission invites 12 startups to meet role models
The Tech all stars competition offers the opportunity to pitch to successful entrepreneurs
EU research funds should go to venture capital firms, not companies
Venture capitalists should be in charge of picking technology winners, not civil servants, says Risto Siilasmaa, Chairman and interim CEO of...
ESADE Innovation Speed Dating brings together 180 MBA students with 28 entrepreneurial projects
The fourth edition of ESADE Innovation Speed Dating, which was held on the Sant Cugat Campus, brought together over 170 MBA...
Fearless Angels are critical in overcoming the capital shortage facing innovation
It’s often hard to quantify, but angel investing is a growing around the world. New data indicate this will be key...
Change the mind-set around innovation in Europe
Europe needs a fresh cycle of innovation to create a more “reactive economy” that can absorb shocks and bounce back, the...
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ESADE Innovation Speed Dating brings together 180 MBA students with 28 entrepreneurial projects
The fourth edition of ESADE Innovation Speed Dating, which was held on the Sant Cugat Campus, brought together over 170 MBA...
Shell LiveWIRE Awards toast the health of UCL enterpreneurs
Two social enterprises have been recognised for bringing together the best aspects of UCL’s long traditions in medical care, research and...
UCL to lead StartUp Summer
YouGov and UCL, working with StartUp Britain and in collaboration with Imperial College London, will lead the development of a pilot...
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