During the second day of International Students meeting in Utrecht had the first part of workshop Reflection Session & inter-group collaboration during which they had a chance to meet students from other project partners working on the same assignments. In the afternoon student learned about how to create an International Entrepreneurship Mindset in the workshop by Patricia [...]
The INTENSE project utilizes a novel knowledge from the FINCODA (Framework For Innovation Competencies Development And Assessment) project. FINCODA brought together universities and companies from Finland, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain and the UK to cooperate on addressing the need to enhance innovation competencies and measure individuals' capacity for innovation. At the heart of the project [...]
Project Intense student teams will meet and exchange their experience in pilot-run from November 27 until December 1, 2017, at Hogeschool Utrecht. During this time students will present their ongoing project and will attend different workshops organized by project partners. International Student Meeting agenda can be found here.
In the new issue of Journal of Excellence in Sales (pp 19-21) there is an information and presentation of Project intense together with interviews with Sirpa Hanti, Helena Rantanen, Christina Saulich and Willem Klijnstra. The article gives an introduction to the project and also give information on students involvement and how the project can help SME [...]
EFOS team member Anamarija Delić presented project Intense, its status and projected outcomes at annual meeting of High School teachers of Entrepreneurship which was held in Osijek on November 11, 2017.
HTW team member Veit Wohlgemuth presented project Intense at the HTW symposium „Industrie von morgen„ (eng. Industry of tomorrow) in Berlin on November 11, 2017. Find out more about the conference here
What is chain guide and what are chainrings? Today at EFOS students found out during presentation of Shovel founder and CEO Marko Carević. Company is matched with Finland and students are starting to work toward helping company with internalization to a new market.