At the end of January two NHTV lecturers together with six NHTV startup students, visited Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences in Helsinki. The purpose of the visit was to learn from their StartUp School programme and to exchange experiences.
Last November, the Entrepreneurship Awards took place. The Communication Centre made a video report about this day.
After more than a year Atlantis Games has already produced over ten serious games. On this occasion they were interviewed by BNdeStem.
On Monday 16 November three NHTV students won the ‘Brabants Ondernemerschaps Duel’ (Brabant Entrepreneurship Debate Competition). Now the ‘Brabants Ondernemerschaps Duel’ released two videos starring the NHTV students.
On Wednesday 18 November third-year International Media and Entertainment Management student Myrthe van Kesteren won the 2nd edition of NHTV Entrepreneurship Awards. Her startup StudentSound won in the category best startup.
Three NHTV students won the ‘Brabants Ondernemerschaps Duel’ (Brabant Entrepreneurship Debate Competition) on Monday 16 November. Denice van Dijk, Kevin van Grondelle and Sjoerd Hamelink competed with student teams from six other educational institutions in Brabant.
On Monday 16 November three NHTV students, Denice van Dijk, Sjoerd Hamelink and Kevin van Grondelle, will represent NHTV during the Brabants Ondernemerschaps Duel (Brabant Entrepreneurship Competition).
On 18 November 2015 the second NHTV Entrepreneurship Award will take place, after a successful first edition last year with Sproutfund winning the Award,
Are you the new Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg or Bill Gates? We are looking for entrepreneurs who recently started running their own business or who are still in the starting phase of the design of their business plan.
Myrthe van Kesteren is a third-year student at NHTV and participant in the NHTV honours programme called The Entrepreneurial Journey. Last year she has started her own company Studentsound, which allows everyone to have music lessons at home.