Location: Berlin, Germany
Are you a researcher wanting to exploit your ICT research results or an ICT startup looking to bring a new idea or process to the market, but you are unsure on how to proceed?
If so, join 'Entrepreneurial Mindset' workshop on 14 November in Berlin, organised by EBN Member Poznan Science and Technology Park (PSTP) in the framework of MERLIN project.
With the aim to help today's researchers create tomorrow's enterprises, the EBN Members PSTP and St John’s Innovation Centre work together with 3 other partners to support researchers and early-stage SMEs in exploiting their disruptive research and business ideas and they are organising a series of workshops.
Entrepreneurial Mindset Workshop
REGISTER BY 5 NOVEMBER 2018
Why to join?
- Become aware of techniques like effectuating, a way of thinking that serves entrepreneurs in the processes of opportunity identification and new venture creation
- Get equipped with tools to develop realistic short and medium-term goals and to adapt for change
- Gain the ability to foster new partnerships and exploit new opportunities rapidly
- Entrepreneurial Mindset
- Effectuation principles, model and considerations
- Effectuation vs Causation approaches in entrepreneurship
- Using the Effectuation Methodology
- Goal-setting a way of thinking
- What is networking and why is it important?
DATE: 14 NOVEMBER 2018 (10:00-15:00)
PLACE: MEEET AG MITTE – PAVILLON; CHAUSSEESTRAßE 86, 10115 BERLIN, GERMANY
About EBN Member Poznan Science and Technology Park (PSTP)
EBN Member and certified EU|BIC since 2017, Poznan Science and Technology Park (PSTP) is the first technology park established in Poland (1995). It is operated by the Adam Mickiewicz University Foundation, a non-profit organisation with the mission to stimulate collaboration between science and industry to activate the regional development via innovation, technology transfer and international cooperation.
About MERLIN project
MERLIN (Methodologies for Researcher Led Innovations) will support market-oriented researchers, SMEs and startups across Europe, to consider the full potential of their research and to shape ideas and outputs into innovations to be ready for market validation and commercialisation, by using modern needs-first, market-led methodologies. It is funded been funded in the context of the Innovation Radar initiative of the European Commission.
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