Stanford-Lille Innovation & Entrepreneurship Programme, in partnership with EDHEC

Written on 26 February 2013.


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Registration for the 2013 session of the Stanford-Lille Innovation & Entrepreneurship Progamme, which will begin in May 2013, is now open.

Stanford University and EuraTechnologies, in partnership with EDHEC, are offering an intensive and highly demanding course meant for senior marketing officers or heads of marketing, information technology officers, innovation officers, and the heads of small and medium-sized companies or large corporations.

The objective of the programme is to teach participants how to monetise their innovations more quickly and how to innovate while remaining in sync with the markets. Participants who complete the programme will also receive a certificate recognised in the world of digital business.

This programme, “monetising innovation,” will take place in four phases:

1/ English prep session—EDHEC, 15 May 2013

2/ Week 1—Stanford, from 20 May to 24 May 2013

3/ Interim session: Design Thinking (how to innovate differently)—EDHEC, 5 June 2013

4/ Week 2—EuraTechnologies, from 17 June to 21 June 2013, with the Thursday of that week taking place at the Manoir at EDHEC and in the presence of French venture capitalists and three professors from Stanford University.

For more information, click here [PDF - 649 Ko]

To go to the EuraTechnologies site, click here

 

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