Centre for Engaged Education through Entrepreneurship, develops entrepreneurship education for all disciplines at the higher education level.
The ambition of Engage is to develop students’ entrepreneurial skills at the higher education level to become change agents in all contexts.
Improv, design thinking and panel discussion are just a few things engaging the participants at the 4th Its21 Conference.read more
A new startup at Nord university in Bodø, Seacirc, shared second place with another business at Babson Challenge 2018. They are an environmental consultant company that will provide their clients with the tools on how to go plastic free. Stina Skånhoff and Marilena...read more
In the end of May there was a workshop at SPIR idélab in Bodø. Tom Steffensen from Bodø Science Park was responsible for the workshop. His job is to help students starting their own business. The workshops topic was: I wish Bodø had this! He expressed...read more
In the following podcast we talk to NTNU School of Entrepreneurship based startup Adall. They are developing a digital platform to help small and medium sized companies to become GDPR-compliant. In this episode of the Engage-cast we talk about privacy laws, big data...
Nina Bakås and the rest of Adall saw an opportunity they could not let pass.
In their last travelogue, Ingrid and Martine write about co-working spaces in Boston. Evidently, you can find co-working spaces where you can also do yoga and indoor rock climbing! After this, Ingrid and Martine are travelling back to Norway to finish their master’s thesis.
The fourth presentation in our series of master’s theses contains three theses that all have implications for policy makers. The authors in this round all wanted to explore topics that could help entrepreneurs, teachers and facilitators to be better in their work....
At the NTNU School of Entrepreneurship, we have a saying that ‘we are cowboys riding on the edge of the unknown’. While the origin of the quote or saying is a bit disputed, its meaning still stand strong among the students and faculty. For this third presentation of...
Read about the cool networking events for entrepreneurs Ingrid and Martine recommend when in Boston! In this travelogue, they also explain why networking is a fun and important part of being an entrepreneur.