GEW European Meet-up / Hendrik Halbe, HOPE, Netherlands Presentation (1 - Erasmus Center for Entrepreneurship)

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Presentation about Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship by Hendrik Halbe and Jochem Cuppen during the GEW European Hosts Meetup 2012.

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GEW European Meet-up / Hendrik Halbe, HOPE, Netherlands Presentation (1 - Erasmus Center for Entrepreneurship)

  1. 1. Inspire, educate, and supporttomorrows leading entrepreneurs
  2. 2. IntroductionThe Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship Initiative by Prof. dr. Justin Jansen, Prof. dr. Roy Thurik, and HOPE director Hendrik Halbe University-wide centre for all activities on entrepreneurship Stimulate entrepreneurial behavior and foster ambitious and innovative entrepreneurship Main focus areas are inspiration, education, research and support of startups Coordinator of the Holland Program on Entrepreneurship (HOPE)
  3. 3. What we do Develop and maintain a high quality infrastructure to stimulate entrepreneurial behavior and foster ambitious and innovative entrepreneurship. Focussed on:  events  Education  research  startup support Programmes for students, researchers, entrepreneurs, and alumni Collaboration with organizations in Rotterdam, (Zuid-)Holland and various centres of entrepreneurship in Europe
  4. 4. IntroductionHolland Program on Entrepreneurship  Founded in 2008 to stimulate entrepreneurship at participating universities  Regional coordination  Local centres of entrepreneurship  Delft Centre for Entrepreneurship  Science Based Business (Leiden)  Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship (coordinator of HOPE)  Overview of inspiration track
  5. 5. IntroductionPartners HOPE 2008-2011
  6. 6. Events  More than 35 events p/y in cooperation with partners  Support, coordination and development of entrepreneurship events  High quality, well coordinated, complementary and well promoted events  Examples: Philips Innovation Award, Entrepreneurship Cycle, 24Hour Business Game
  7. 7. EventsGet in the Ring (former Meet the Dragons)  International pitch event  1 of the 10 Featured events of the Global Entrepreneurship Week  More than 700 exclusive visitors (students, entrepreneurs, academics, investors, captains of industry)
  8. 8. EducationBachelor courses & Masters  >1000 students p/y following entrepreneurship courses  >16 bachelor courses on entrepreneurship  3 Masters on entrepreneurship  Entrepreneurship & Strategy Economics  Entrepreneurship & New Business Venturing  Cultural Economics & Cultural Entrepreneurship
  9. 9. EducationStudent Entrepreneurs Excellence programme  Special programme for student entrepreneurs to make the combination of study and running a business easier  First university in the Netherlands to run this programme  5-10 selected student entrepreneurs p/y Adriaan Buyserd & Hendrik Halbe about StEEP on BNR Nieuwsradio NUzakelijk about StEEP
  10. 10. EducationMasterclass Entrepreneurship  Challenging top students to encounter society most prominent issues  Topic 2012: Chances of an aging society  Students learn to go from problem to business model  20-30 students from the Erasmus University, TU Delft and Leiden University and Universities of Applied Sciences in Rotterdam
  11. 11. EducationCollegereeks voor Ondernemers  Open programme for ambitious entrepreneurs  Practical- and academic knowledge  10 Classes p/y on various subjects  60-80 particpants per class  Speakers Jan-Peter Balkenende, Harald Swinkels, Marcel Broersma, Michiel Muller, Kees Zegers etc.  Introduction movie collegereeks 2012-2013
  12. 12. EducationCollegereeks part 3
  13. 13. ResearchErasmus Research Institute of Management  Combined efforts of the Rotterdam School of Management & the Erasmus School of Economics in research  Research seminars to foster the exchange of knowledge
  14. 14. ResearchGlobal University Entrepreneurial Spirit Students’Survey  Participation in the worldwide GUESS- Survey  Gives insight in effectiveness of educational programmes  Gives input for development of new programmes
  15. 15. Startup supportStartup Campus  Three programmes from idea to a €1.000.000 turnover  Located at the Science Towers Marconiplein  On average 80-100 participants p/y  Collaboration between Erasmus MC and the Erasmus University
  16. 16. Startup supportStartup Campus
  17. 17. Startup supportFunding  Loans – Banks  Investments – Investeerdersclub Rotterdam  Crowdfunding  Proof of concept fund  Pre-seed  Alumni fund?

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