ACE Presents Entrepreneurship in Informatics, Math & Logic
The program offers you a unique opportunity to learn the basics of venture creation and pick your brains on potential business ideas in the fields of Informatics, Math & Logic.
Two days of interactive lectures and workshops followed by hands-on exercises teaching you how to put theory into practice. Additionally, you will hear insights of venture building from experienced entrepreneurs. The dates for the program are April 10 + 17 (2 days) with a week in-between.
Researchers in Informatics, Math & Logic. For instance IvI, KdVI & ILLC (UvA) and those from other institutes who are interested to take the course. Staff members, researchers, PhD’s, technicians, post-doc and students can all participate. A startup idea is not required to participate, just come with an open mind! No prior preparation is needed.
You Will Learn
- The essential steps of starting an innovative
- How to define a value proposition and business
model of your idea
- Ways to access markets with a business idea
- How to pitch an innovative concept
- What is needed to become an entrepreneur
Find out more information and how to apply HERE
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