Entrepreneurship and Business Planning in health/life sciences
The Academy organized by SKEMA aims at providing participants the necessary tools for planning and executing on their business ideas, transforming them from mere ideas to successful ventures. As for all Health2Market training activities, participation is free of charge.
Context and training description
Entrepreneurship is the art of recognition and exploitation of opportunities. Transforming opportunities into entrepreneurial ventures requires that individuals not only possess knowledge, but that they also have the cognitive abilities that allow them to formulate, value and exploit that knowledge. Particular focus will be put on the health/life science issues that arise when trying to create a new venture.
Participants will experience the entrepreneur?s mindset and acquire methods and tools to structure, formulate and pitch their business plan through an intense accelerated academy. They will benefit from cross-fertilization with their peers, and best practice transfers, coaching and feedbacks from entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and key stakeholders of local innovation systems.
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Who should attend
This training is dedicated to health/life science researchers, entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs holding an entrepreneurial project.
SKEMA Business School
SKEMA Business School, the School of Knowledge Economy and Management is a leading international business school in the field of innovation management. With more than 40 faculty members and scholars specialized in the domains of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, SKEMA has been developing learning tools and methods to bridge the gap between theory and the practice of strategic management of innovation and entrepreneurship. SKEMA expertise is disseminated from its French, USA, and Chinese campuses and incubators throughout its 30000 alumni and hundreds of entrepreneurs trained in its entrepreneurship executive education programs.