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InnoStars, Education, 2017

Cross-KIC Business Planning Bootcamps in Tartu and Budapest

19th June 2017

Entrepreneur with a strong business idea but no business plan yet? Get engaged with Europe’s largest thematic innovation networks and learn how to develop and improve your business plan.

EIT Health and EIT Raw Materials jointly organize a Business Planning Bootcamp in Tartu (Estonia) and Budapest (Hungary), to improve cross-sectoral innovation performance in EIT RIS countries.

The 2-day trainings will provide a unique cross-industry environment, the primary focus is on quantitative business model building. You can also learn how to get started on building a business: how to build a team, business processes, organizational design.

The participants will be selected based on the strength of the entrepreneurial idea they possess, their impact to the sector and their growth potential from the Health and Raw Materials sectors. The EUR 1,000 scholarship will be paid after the successful completion of the Bootcamp.

Those who completed the Bootcamp successfully will have the chance to put their knowledge into practice at our next competition; and win a money prize. The five selected competitors will be invited to pitch their ideas, thus have the opportunity to promote their project and gain visibility in the European innovation network. The best business case and pitch will be awarded by EUR 5,000; the second best by EUR 3,000; and the third best by EUR 1,000.

You are eligible if:

  • you have completed the Ultimate Business Planning Bootcamp either in Tartu or Budapest; and
  • you have a health-related business idea

Locations:

  • Tartu, Estonia – 7-8 July 2017
  • Budapest, Hungary – 14-15 July 2017

Applications are open by 30 June 2017. For registration, please click here.

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