With the new innovation battle students, start-ups, individuals and companies are challenged to come up with innovative and sustainable solutions to reduce waste, lower CO2 emissions , or switch from bottled to tap water. Submit your idea and get a chance to present at ADE 2015, win great prizes and extensively broaden your network.
On 28 & 29 April NHTV student Annika Brink and the Elisabeth Centrum in Breda collaborated in a test version of Holiday @ Home. The event was organised for 84 elderly with impaired physical mobility in Breda.
Atlantis Games, in cooperation with Rijkswaterstaat, is developing the game MSP Challenge 2050 (Marine Spatial Planning).
In 2014 the total turnover of Starterslift entrepreneurs in West- and Midden-Brabant ran to 23.5 million euro. Jointly, they generated 583 jobs. A lot of those were NHTV students. A real boost to Brabant economy!
Together with EmProDI, Atlantis Games is about to launch a new project. Details will follow but we can disclose a small part of this innovative project.
NHTV alumnus Lisette van Leersum was interviewed by In De Kijker Magazine (IDK). She talked about her time at NHTV and the successes she now has with her own company.
Four 4th-year IMEM students will go to Hong Kong to participate in the semi-finals of a global challenge of Poly Technic University.
The government is satisfied with the effect of the millions of euros it has been spending on entrepreneurship in higher education since 2010.
Fourth-year Facility Management student Danielle van Houtum has started with her pop-up restaurant Flourish. Omroep Brabant visited her at one of the unique Flourish locations in Breda.
Five 3rd year students of the Hotelschool The Hague have created a new business model for their course. Please take a few minutes of your time to fill in their questionnaire.