Stanford - EuraTechnologies Innovation & Entrepreneurship Programme

Written on 26 April 2012.

Stanford & EuraTechnologies

This 2-week immersive programme, aiming at head of marketing, IT, entrepreneurs, and innovation managers of SMEs or large groups, is designed to help participants to diagnose and improve their businesses and provide them with best practices in the area of innovation.

Beginning on May 27th at Stanford, the first week is dedicated to Silicon Valley best practices. Sessions include keynote presentations from Stanford faculty and industry experts with a special focus on Silicon Valley startups. The programme is logically following all the issues that startups must address including defining opportunities, marketing, fundraising, research, design and development….

The second week, which will take place at EuraTechnologies in Lille, will enable participants to intensively work on their startup projects.  The objective is to ensure that their startups are fully optimise for success: product design, marketing, development, execution and market entry. Participants will also gain constructive feedback from a panel of experts.

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