In early September, the project year at Chalmers School of Entrepreneurship kick-started, as 32 masters students supported by Encubator AB, began their commitment to drive innovation-based ventures.
The 11 ventures are run in collaboration with external idea partners from both industrial and academic research. In parallel to running their project, the students write a personal master’s thesis where they reflect upon their entrepreneurial journey.
We run Chalmers School of Entrepreneurship to educate and encourage young people to be an entrepreneurial force. We want our students to be capable of creating real value for society by forming new ventures, run innovative projects or manage intellectual capital.
Looking back at what our students have accomplished during the academic year 2012-2013, we once again conclude that they live up to our very high expectations.
The Chalmers Areas of Advance’ award 2013 goes to Susanne Ollila, one of the researchers and lecturers associated with Chalmers School of Entrepreneurship. She gets the reward for her for her outstanding and pioneering work to create opportunities for collaboration across organizational boundaries.
The price of SEK 100,000, she plans to use in his research on open innovation arenas, an area where the jury believes that Susanne has worked her way to a key position at Chalmers.
At the end of May, the graduating students at our Tech and Bio tracks present their ready to fly business plans.
Make sure not to miss this opportunity to learn more about the ventures ready to leave our incubator.
Please sign up for the event no later than the 21th of May using the following link: