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Are you curious what entrepreneurship in science exactly entails, what this can mean for your development and how the university facilitates entrepreneurship? What should you think about? Which agreements are needed? How do you start and who can help you?

Detail Summary
Date 28 May 2020
Time 08:30 - 10:30
Breakfast workshop ontbijt

What can you expect?
In this workshop, participants receive an introduction to the world of entrepreneurship with practical examples. In this interactive workshop will be enough time to ask questions.

During this workshop the following topics will be addressed:

  • Entrepreneurship in Science: what is it all about?;
  • Why starting your own company with scientific ideas and results?;
  • Why collaborate with companies and what do you have to take all into account;
  • Business models;
  • Funding & grant options;
  • Facilities of the university that supports entrepreneurship.

Who will benefit from this workshop?

This workshop is aimed at researchers and PhD’s who are exploring the possibilities of entrepreneurship, sharing knowledge, seek collaborations.

Date and location

Date: Thursday 28 May, from 8:30 to 10:30 (breakfast will be served)
Location: Roeterseilandcampus, Nieuwe Achtergracht 166, Amsterdam, room REC C2.01

For whom?

The breakfast workshop is open to scientists from AMC, HvA, UvA, VU, VUmc, NWO institutes and KNAW who want to learn more about the first and next steps in valorisation.

Register and join us for breakfast

Participation is free of charge. So is the breakfast served, but registration is compulsory.

 

About the breakfast workshops
The Breakfast workshops cover various topics concerning sharing knowledge and thus creating impact in society. The workshops helps you to explore the possibilities of valorisation, knowledge transfer and entrepreneurship.
To get you started right away the workshops are highly interactive, information dense and practical: you can put it to use immediately.

The workshops are developed by IXA, the joint knowledge transfer office of HvA, UvA, VU and Amsterdam UMC. They are open to researchers from these universities and for colleagues from the KNAW and NWO Institutes.

Each institution has its own dedicated IXA team that offers researchers and PhD’s support in a broad sense: from starting new collaborations with outside parties, applying for research funding and target financing options to supporting the start of your own company.

For more information send an E-mail to Caroline Kleine Staarman or call 020 - 59 86 916