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Scandinavia, Education, 2017

WE Health Module 1: Unlocking your Innovative Potential – first steps towards leadership in Innovation

9th July 2019

Do you use the full potential of your capabilities? Or are you lacking a vision that excites you?

The aim for this module is to put women’s entrepreneurial journeys in focus. Date: 19-21 June 2017, at Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm.
The WE Health initiative aims to enhance the participation of women in health innovation and entrepreneurship activities, by providing capacity-building specifically tailored to their needs. The first module (19-21 June) strives to unlock your innovative potential through a series of interactive workshops, with the objective to map your individual needs and assets, apply creative tools and business methodology.

After this module, you will have designed solutions to your challenges and made a plan of action, you will have taken the first steps towards leadership in innovation.

Who can Apply

Women Scientists, Researchers, PhD students, Postdoctoral fellows, Entrepreneurs and Women leading innovative project in health-related industry, any women with an innovative and entrepreneurial mind-set can apply.

Partners organisations involved

IESE Business School, Imperial College London, Karolinska Institutet, Technische Universität München and P.A.U. Education.

For more information about this opportunity, visit the website, Twitter and Linkedin pages.

Apply here.

Contact person

Federica Righi – frighi@iese.edu; we@eithealth.eu

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