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Building Spark* Split

In March 2022 we had the chance to attend Spark* Split’s very first kick-off event. This was Sparks first real chance to meet the rest of the University, and to introduce the Spark concept to all students and faculty at the university. By Ingeborg Sofie Bogen Spark* Split was started this fall as a part...
4th June 2022
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NTNU Student Investor Day: 29. April 2022

Engage and NTNU School of Entrepreneurship announces this year's event the 29th of April. One lucky winner will also be invited to join Stage Two, the first pan-European competition for the best startups spinning out of leading European universities.
22nd March 2022
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Stage two: Succeeding in the entrepreneurial world

The biggest benefit of winning Stage two is not just the money and interests, although that is important for future growth, but it gives the project credibility and make us known in all of Europe, and the affirmation itself is what is most important for Aviant.
Student
6th December 2021

The need for innovation in the transportation sector

When talking to the people who build and facilitate transportation in Norway, an overwhelming majority say that they need innovative and entrepreneurial competence in the industry, leader of Konnekt Basit Mohammad says.
Student
17th November 2021

SUPER-Linked; The future of education

- We believe that by incorporating real business problems in education it will better prepare the students for working life and give them a better understanding of how their field is used in business context
Educators, Student
1st December 2021

The roadblocks towards entrepreneurship

On September 30th, Spark* hosted their annual Join a Startup Night (JASUN). This is an event for student startups to pitch their ideas to fellow peers, as well as being an event for students interested to join one of the attending startups.
Student
25th October 2021

Grønsj: A workshop in circular economy

To solve a problem, you must be able to really see the problems around you, that is the essence of design thinking. – I think the problems arounds circular economy and reusable products are often overlooked, but I feel it is very important to focus on.
Student
6th October 2021
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