Do you want to know if your research results or early-stage technology has commercial potential? Cambridge Judge Business School invites you to submit a project proposal to EnterpriseTECH - entrepreneurship education with real-world experience.
Call for inventors
Cambridge Judge Business School writes:
EnterpriseTECH is a real-world learning experience with a lecture series, workshops and a project providing an intellectual and practical foundation in entrepreneurship. This learning-by-doing team-based programme is 12-weeks long and runs twice a year, with starts in September and December.
If selected, a team will work on your project over 12-weeks, applying the learning of the lectures to your real-world project. They will research the market, commercial advantages and applications of your idea and put together a commercial feasibility report, a video infomercial and deliver a pitch. Please note, we usually expect our inventor teams to have some form of demonstrable results and be lead by a senior lab head/researcher or CxO of an early-stage venture etc.
Project proposal deadline: 6 September 2021
If you'd like to learn more about EnterpriseTECH, how the programme runs and what it involves join us for an information session delivered by our Programme Manager Dr Ghina M Halabi today (Thursday 22 July) at 1pm. More information and register here
Key benefits for you
Accelerate the commercialisation of your early-stage research or novel tech
Start a new business if you haven’t already
Benefit from the insight and work of a high calibre team of engaged students and supervisors
Get customer and market feedback on your invention and get a fresh view on how it might be packaged for adoption and investment
Obtain better clarity on your product or service
Develop new connections and grow your network
Benefit from the diversity of thought, ideas and approach of the student team
Receive a 3000-word commercial feasibility report & video
Past projects spanned a wide range of topics from cancer therapy to sustainability, manufacturing, medical devices, digital economy and more. You can see the full list here.
Many of our students and researchers are funded by UK research council funding, so we aim to align our project selection with the strategic themes of UK Research and Innovation.
If you'd like to learn more about EnterpriseTECH, how the programme runs and what it involves join us for an information session delivered by our Programme Manager Dr Ghina M. Halabi tomorrow (Thursday 22 July) at 1pm.
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