The ENABLECARES course on entrepreneurship aims at providing (young) researchers in life sciences with the necessary tools to explore their potential as an entrepreneur or their interest in undertaking a career in business.
In five meetings and assignments (if possible related to your own research project!) you learn about and apply the many aspects of entrepreneurship, such as the product development process, development of a organization from start-up team to a larger scale, customer value propositions, market analysis, marketing strategy, intellectual property, financing fundamentals and much more.
The course will be given in December 2021 and January 2022. Registration is now open via the Online Learning Environment (only available with login, please use Chrome).
This course is organized by the EU project ENABLECARES, which offers young researchers state-of-the-art training on advanced competencies that are highly demanded inside and outside academia, such as open science and entrepreneurship, while providing them with personalised career advice. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement No 101006361.
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