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Welcome in Ghent!
Biggest student city of Belgium68 000 students250 000 inhabitants156,18 km²
‘The era of small ideas is over’
Steve StevensBusiness Developer / -CoachDare to Venture - Ghent University
MissionStimulate entrepreneurial awareness and -behavior amongstudents and staff membersPromote and facilitate student ent...
Ghent University helps student-entrepreneurswith the project ‘Dare to Venture’ and thespecial statute ‘Student Entrepreneur’
“As a student you have nothing to lose,except for your bike.”
Student-entrereneurship in Ghent
Organisation Students In coaching35000 5118000 3013000 3620 (9)Total 66000 117Who we are?
Filling in onthe Star Warspromise!
BI3D @ V-ICT-OR Shopt ITAntwerp 2013
Thé Ghent student entrepreneur of the yearLaurens Kinget – King Textiles (HoGent)Jeroen De Wit – Rgbscape (Artevelde)20102...
International Entrepreneurship Seminar
Concept international seminar• 5-7 day program• Workshops / role plays / theory / presentations• 5-7 countries• Full resid...
Participating Universities• University College Ghent, Belgium• University College Zuyd, The Netherlands• Université du Lit...
Interested in joining our NETWORK?
IntEntSem 2014
Possible new project
‘The era of small ideas is over’
Founder ‘Dare to Venture’Prof. Dr. Koen De Bosschere
How to stimulate entrepreneurship in ourgraduates through development of the curriculumKoen De Bosschere, Ghent University...
KnowledgecreationKnowledgeexploitationKnowledgeacquisition ²
What is the best age tostart a company?The younger, the better.You have to be clueless…Peter MagnussonFounder Virtutech“Wh...
A picture is worth a ...15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32Pascal VynckeDries BuytaertToon CoppensMarc C...
“When I was in college, guys usuallypretended they were in a band....Now they pretend they are in a start-up.”The Economis...
Two-phased approachIncubator of ideas Business developmentTech transferIWTIBBTUnizoVokaVlerick management schoolCentrum vo...
Ambitious goal
Approach at three levelsStudentsProfessorsUGentfacilitatesstimulateinvest
Student-entrepreneurfacilitatesUGent
Criteria Statute• Students need to have obtained 60 credits in an academic studyprogramme• Students need to have obtained ...
Benefits special statute• Office/meeting space• Coaching• Support• ...FlexibilityFacilitiesUGent Quality LabelVisibilityNe...
0 5 10 15 20Pol&SocGeneeskundeBio-irFarmacieDiegeneeskundeWetenschappenLetterenPsychologieRechtenEconomieIngenieurswetensc...
Student School VentureGlenn Bostoen Engineering Boston AppsJuan Gits Law break down the houseAdriaan Thijs Economy break d...
Student School VentureJochen Firey Engineering IVIPSTom Coene Engineering IVIPSTom Van Haute Engineering IVIPSWillem Dumon...
ProfessorsstimulatefacilitatesUGent• Dedicated courses in curriculum• Projects with commercial value• Master dissertations...
Ugent Approach...IntrapreneurshipTechnopreneurialcoursesEnterpreneurshipExtracurricularactivitiesStart in real economy
BarchelorprojectBasicbusinessskillsIntroductionbusinessadministration1st bachelor 2nd bachelor 3rd bachelor Sem 1 Sem 2 Se...
Entrepreneurial coursesba1 ba2 ba3 ma1 ma2EC EC EC ECEC: entrepreneurial courseTC: technopreneurial courseTC TCTCECTC TC
EntrepreneurialattitudeBusiness skillsAchieverEnergyAmbition to start abusinessAmbition to growSmall businessEnterpriseInt...
IntrapreneurshipLearning outcomes for intrapreneurshipI1 PerseveranceI2 Self-knowledgeI3 Cost awarenessI4 DecisivenessI5 I...
EntrepreneurshipBasicbusinessskillsIntroductiontoenterpreneurshipDaretoventrueDaretostartE1 Understanding the functional d...
The startup factory
1. A Strong Pool of Tech Founders2. Local Capital3. Killer Events4. Access to Great Universities5. Motivated “Champions”6....
Twee fasen...Incubator van ideeën Business developmentTech transferIOFIWTiMindsUnizoVokaVlerickCentrum voor ondernemenOnde...
Twee fasen...Incubator van ideeën Business developmentTech transferIOFIWTiMindsUnizoVokaVlerickCentrum voor ondernemenOnde...
www.durfondernemen.be
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
International presentation 'Dare to Venture' Ghent University 2013
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    1. 1. Welcome in Ghent!
    2. 2. Biggest student city of Belgium68 000 students250 000 inhabitants156,18 km²
    3. 3. ‘The era of small ideas is over’
    4. 4. Steve StevensBusiness Developer / -CoachDare to Venture - Ghent University
    5. 5. MissionStimulate entrepreneurial awareness and -behavior amongstudents and staff membersPromote and facilitate student entrepreneurshipSearch, find and help student entrepreneurs in becoming moreprofessionalLink (alumni) student entrepreneurs with each other andacademics/researchersCreate an entrepreneurial ecosytem within the region ofFlanders, starting in Ghent, with an open international orientation
    6. 6. Ghent University helps student-entrepreneurswith the project ‘Dare to Venture’ and thespecial statute ‘Student Entrepreneur’
    7. 7. “As a student you have nothing to lose,except for your bike.”
    8. 8. Student-entrereneurship in Ghent
    9. 9. Organisation Students In coaching35000 5118000 3013000 3620 (9)Total 66000 117Who we are?
    10. 10. Filling in onthe Star Warspromise!
    11. 11. BI3D @ V-ICT-OR Shopt ITAntwerp 2013
    12. 12. Thé Ghent student entrepreneur of the yearLaurens Kinget – King Textiles (HoGent)Jeroen De Wit – Rgbscape (Artevelde)20102012
    13. 13. International Entrepreneurship Seminar
    14. 14. Concept international seminar• 5-7 day program• Workshops / role plays / theory / presentations• 5-7 countries• Full residential stay• April / May• 30 - 36 students, 4 - 8 facilitators• Nationalities completely spread over teams• Language = English• Entrepreneurial students (basic knowledge economics)
    15. 15. Participating Universities• University College Ghent, Belgium• University College Zuyd, The Netherlands• Université du Littoral côte d’opale, Duinkerke, France• Université de Lille, France• University of the Algarve, Portugal• Laurea University of Apllied Sciences, Finland• Jade University, Germany• Buckinghamshire, UK• Mälardalens University, Sweden• Technocampus Mataró, Spain• University of East London, UK• Ghent University, Belgium
    16. 16. Interested in joining our NETWORK?
    17. 17. IntEntSem 2014
    18. 18. Possible new project
    19. 19. ‘The era of small ideas is over’
    20. 20. Founder ‘Dare to Venture’Prof. Dr. Koen De Bosschere
    21. 21. How to stimulate entrepreneurship in ourgraduates through development of the curriculumKoen De Bosschere, Ghent University, Oct 31, 2012.
    22. 22. KnowledgecreationKnowledgeexploitationKnowledgeacquisition ²
    23. 23. What is the best age tostart a company?The younger, the better.You have to be clueless…Peter MagnussonFounder Virtutech“What your mother should have taught you about entrepreneurship”
    24. 24. A picture is worth a ...15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32Pascal VynckeDries BuytaertToon CoppensMarc CouckeLarry PageMark ZuckerbergMichael DellBill GatesSteve JobsSamuel WaltonRichard BransonIngvar KampradUGent30 000+ studentsImagine that1% of 1% ...
    25. 25. “When I was in college, guys usuallypretended they were in a band....Now they pretend they are in a start-up.”The EconomistMarch 2009
    26. 26. Two-phased approachIncubator of ideas Business developmentTech transferIWTIBBTUnizoVokaVlerick management schoolCentrum voor ondernemenEducation
    27. 27. Ambitious goal
    28. 28. Approach at three levelsStudentsProfessorsUGentfacilitatesstimulateinvest
    29. 29. Student-entrepreneurfacilitatesUGent
    30. 30. Criteria Statute• Students need to have obtained 60 credits in an academic studyprogramme• Students need to have obtained credits for 50% of the coursesof the year before• Students need to own a company of have the intention tocreate a commercial product or service within 12 months. Theventure needs to be formalized, and it must have a growthperspective.• The proposal has to have the support of an academic mentor.• The statute is valid for one year.
    31. 31. Benefits special statute• Office/meeting space• Coaching• Support• ...FlexibilityFacilitiesUGent Quality LabelVisibilityNetworkStudent owns IP
    32. 32. 0 5 10 15 20Pol&SocGeneeskundeBio-irFarmacieDiegeneeskundeWetenschappenLetterenPsychologieRechtenEconomieIngenieurswetenschappenStudent-entrepreneurs 2011 & 201220112012
    33. 33. Student School VentureGlenn Bostoen Engineering Boston AppsJuan Gits Law break down the houseAdriaan Thijs Economy break down the houseAsger Deloof Social sciences break down the houseEbert Houttekier Social sciences break down the houseFrederik Van Hecke Engineering CluttrTom Van de Meirssche Economy CluttrJelle De Laender Sciences CodingMammothSven Cornelis Engineering Cornelis ictBavo Van Landeghem Arts De scriptorijCaroline Van den Hauwe Engineering DevignAnnabel Declercq Psychology D-TEACHLieselot Declercq Psychology D-TEACHRoeland Delrue Economy EcoRentalBram Vandewalle Engineering EndareSander Goossens Engineering EndareDieter Coen Medical EPOSPieter Leus Medical EPOSPeter Van De Velde Arts Erasmus is LifeKarel Dumon Engineering Essential BookingsWard Verwaeren Law E-TroopsTimothy De Ryck Psychology extra vert eventsWard Diricks Economy Future TalentsMichiel De Meulenaere Economy GentbijlesJolien Coenraets Engineering G-FLUXKenneth Saey Engineering G-FLUXValerie Taerwe Engineering G-FLUXWim Lingier Engineering G-FLUXWouter Danneels Engineering G-FLUXSven Bulterijs Sciences HealesJeroen Van Loock Law Het bijlesbureau
    34. 34. Student School VentureJochen Firey Engineering IVIPSTom Coene Engineering IVIPSTom Van Haute Engineering IVIPSWillem Dumon Engineering IVIPSSam Van Eenoo Economy MythhuntRuben Verhack Engineering NinetynineJasper Van der Jeugt Engineering NiteowlJens Panneel Engineering NiteowlPïeterjan Scheir Economy PE MediaMargot Gommers Law PhototourJasmien Vander Beken Engineering PotenzaJeroen Dhondt Engineering PotenzaMathias De Loore Engineering RGBSCAPEPieterjan Criel Engineering RGBSCAPEWillem Delbare Engineering RGBSCAPETom Craeynest Arts Slijttijd.beLaurens De la Marche Engineering SOS bijlesStijn de Puydt Arts studiebegeleidingAstrid Thienpont Economy studiebegeleidingMatthias Lelie Economy studiebegeleidingStefaan Eeckloo Social sciences taalstagesLieven Tacq Economy TLA ProductionsDominique Tudorowski Law Tudo, comm.v.Michaël Verdonck Economy VerdonckWouter Devinck Engineering VikingappsLaurens Naudts Law VoltronMatthias Naudts Law VoltronThomas Blanckaert Law VoltronJeroen Vandensteen Engineering yITa
    35. 35. ProfessorsstimulatefacilitatesUGent• Dedicated courses in curriculum• Projects with commercial value• Master dissertations with commercial value• Mentoring, coaching, ...• ...
    36. 36. Ugent Approach...IntrapreneurshipTechnopreneurialcoursesEnterpreneurshipExtracurricularactivitiesStart in real economy
    37. 37. BarchelorprojectBasicbusinessskillsIntroductionbusinessadministration1st bachelor 2nd bachelor 3rd bachelor Sem 1 Sem 2 Sem 3Bachelor MasterIntroductiontoentrepreneurshipDaretoventureDaretostartVenture factory...Engineering faculty
    38. 38. Entrepreneurial coursesba1 ba2 ba3 ma1 ma2EC EC EC ECEC: entrepreneurial courseTC: technopreneurial courseTC TCTCECTC TC
    39. 39. EntrepreneurialattitudeBusiness skillsAchieverEnergyAmbition to start abusinessAmbition to growSmall businessEnterpriseIntrapreneurshipEntrepreneurshipFinal objective...
    40. 40. IntrapreneurshipLearning outcomes for intrapreneurshipI1 PerseveranceI2 Self-knowledgeI3 Cost awarenessI4 DecisivenessI5 IndependenceI6 Focus on the futureI7 PersuasionI8 NetworkingI9 Recognizing opportunitiesI10 Focus on the user/customerI11 Focus on sustainabilityI12 Focus on learning
    41. 41. EntrepreneurshipBasicbusinessskillsIntroductiontoenterpreneurshipDaretoventrueDaretostartE1 Understanding the functional domains of an enterprise and their relation XE2 Understanding the skills needed in the different functional domains XE3 Understanding the different types of enterpreneurship (social, academic, growth oriented) X XE4 Knowing the history of enterpreneurship on a gobal scale XE5 Understanding the enterpreneurial process XE6 Knowing the human, financial and technological resources of an enterprise X XE7 Writing a business plan, and pitch it X XE8 Knowing how to start a company X XE9 Knowing how companies grow, and how to manage growth X XE10 Know the different types of companies and their requirements XE11 Understanding internationalization and globalization X
    42. 42. The startup factory
    43. 43. 1. A Strong Pool of Tech Founders2. Local Capital3. Killer Events4. Access to Great Universities5. Motivated “Champions”6. Local Press / Websites / Organizational Tools7. Alumni Outreach8. Wins9. Recycled Capital10. Second-Time Entrepreneurs11. Ability To Attract a Pool of Engineers12. Tent-pole Local Tech Companies
    44. 44. Twee fasen...Incubator van ideeën Business developmentTech transferIOFIWTiMindsUnizoVokaVlerickCentrum voor ondernemenOnderwijs
    45. 45. Twee fasen...Incubator van ideeën Business developmentTech transferIOFIWTiMindsUnizoVokaVlerickCentrum voor ondernemenOnderwijs
    46. 46. www.durfondernemen.be

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