Iselin Kristine Mauseth Steira thinks that innovation and entrepreneurship is extra important in times like these.
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What the leader of Start NTNU, Eskil Schjølberg, has to say about the Corona crisis and how they are planning to continue their work.
Spark* NTNU was established in 2014, but 2019 was the year the organization took its most significant steps so far. The organization provides mentoring and an entrepreneurial network within the ecosystem at the university and courses with industry professionals. .
In September 2019 Gunn-Berit Sæter competed against nine researchers in the regional finals in Trondheim. Sæter says it was an incredible journey and a lot of work.
Bedriftssimulator is a free program for all female students in Trondheim where you get the opportunity to learn more about how to start your own business. The program is initiated by Kvinneprosjektet.
The VCP-forum is held to connect leading institutions teaching entrepreneurship through venture creation.
Linnea and Eva, both students at NTNU School of Entrepreneurship, recently visited Turku in Finland because of their startup Snowroller.
At NTNU School of Entrepreneurship (NSE) several start-ups using AI have been fostered and sent out in the big world. In 2019 another one joined the community.
25 students from NTNU went to India to work together with rural Indian innovators and entrepreneurs.
NTNU School of Entrepreneurship (NSE) has moved to a new location at Campus Gløshaugen.