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RESEARCH TO BUSINESS: INTRODUCTORY COURSE FOR RESEARCHERS (MATERIALS & PRODUCTION)

AALBORG - RESEARCH TO BUSINESS: INTRODUCTORY COURSE FOR RESEARCHERS (MATERIALS & PRODUCTION)

At this course you will gain the knowledge and competencies within business development that you need to go from research to business.

Time

19.05.2020 kl. 08.30 - 12.00

Description

WHO IS THIS RELEVANT FOR?

  • Researchers
  • PhD students

At this introductory course the researchers will:

  • Be introduced to Business Model Canvas with their research in mind.
  • Get an overview of IPR and general rights, when starting a business from research.
  • Get an understanding of innovation and commercialization through funding.
  • Get an industry perspective.

Program:

  • 08.30 – 08.45: Introduction
  • 08.45 – 09.15: Presentation of local case for “Research to Business”
  • 09.15 – 09.25: Funding options, Gert Spender, AAU Innovation
  • 09.25 – 09.35: Company formation in Denmark, Claus Skaaning, AAU Innovation
  • 09.35 – 09.55: IP rights
  • 09.55 – 10.15: Possibilities for commercialization and team creation, Claus Skaaning & Gert Spender
  • 10.15 – 10.30: Brief round of introductions
  • 10.30 – 12.00: Working with the Business Model Canvas

Location:

Fibigerstræde 16, lokale 1.111
9220 Aalborg Øst

Registration:

Registration is done by filling out the registration form below:

Further questions:

Please contact

 

The event is a collaboration between:

Science for Society 2.0   Open Entrepreneurship

 

 

this EVENT IS FUNDED BY:

Interreg   Industriens Fond

Price

Free

Host

SEA, AAU Innovation

Address

Fibigerstræde 16, lokale 1.111, 9220 Aalborg Øst

Science for Society 2.0 - from research to business

SEA is a part of the EU Interreg. Project Science for Society 2.0 wich is funded by Interreg ÖKS, European Region Development Fund. The goal of the project is to increase the level of commercialization of research – to go from research to business.

Read more about Science for Society 2.0.

 

                    Science for Society 2.0