EDHEC, Stanford and Euratechnologies join together to offer a programme on “Profitable Innovation”

Written on 27 May 2014.


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The two-week programme offers a week of training at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, followed by a week of classes on EDHEC’s campus in Lille. Classes will be taught by Stanford professors as well as key Silicon Valley players and other experienced entrepreneurs. The programme provides participants with an active and intensive learning programme designed to help turn ideas into business strategies and action.

EDHEC is proud to host the "Design Thinking" part of the programme, where participants learn how to differentiate their ideas and products from competitors’. This programme was created by EDHEC, Stanford and Euratechnologies, an EU high-tech business incubator in Lille, to help innovation managers to succeed. It is also perfect for the leaders of small, mid-sized and large companies who are looking to introduce new products to the market.

1. WEEK #1 12-16 May 2014 on the Stanford campus
2. WEEK #2 16-20 June 2014 at Euratechnologies

Click here for more about the programme

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