JAM@NHTV, the new employment agency of NHTV, has only been online for two weeks, but the amount of interest and requests is overwhelming. The agency has received a lot of positive feedback from multiple companies and student subscriptions are coming in steadily.
In the first week of June, Atlantis Games showed its games at several meetings to interested parties.
On Thursday 26 May fourth-year student from the Academy for Tourism, Julie Roggeveen, won the third edition of the NHTV Entrepreneurship Award contest, in the category ‘best startup’, with her company StoryTravel.
At the fresh fruit bar you can buy healthy and nutritious juice. This is part of an Entrepreneurship free elective, and this day is used to assess the impact and the responses of students to this new concept.
On Thursday 26 May the NHTV Entrepreneurship Award will take place for the third time. Meet the nominees for Best Startup and Best Idea!
On Thursday 26 May, NHTV is organising the Entrepreneurship Award for the third time. The event offers entrepreneurial students a competitive platform to present their start-up business or business idea to a jury of professionals and an audience of students, alumni and entrepreneurs.
On Friday 29 April the ‘industry day’ of the Dutch YouTube Gathering will take place, the biggest Dutch online video event. NHTV still has some places left for students to join this great event!
On 20 April 2016, Atlantis Games received an X Impact Award. Municipal executive councillor Boaz Adank (Economic Affairs) presented the award to the Atlantis Games team in the presence of Hein van Oorschot and Edward van der Pol (manager of Starterslift).
Do you know student with a (start-up) company or a promising business idea? Notify them about the NHTV Entrepreneurship Award!
Are you the winner of NHTV Entrepreneurship Award 2016?