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Talent Programme for Entrepreneurial Students

Copenhagen Health Innovation is developing a talent programme for highly entrepreneurial students.

The talent programme will be an intensive course aimed at developing and qualifying the ideas of the students, turning them into concrete products or more efficient procedures in close collaboration with potential users and investors. The course helps the students develop business plans, prototypes, services etc. and offers continuous sparring with experts and business developers.

The selection of participants for the talent programme is based on applications and a pitch made in front of a panel of representatives from the partner institutions and health experts from the private and public sectors. At the end of the talent programme the participants present their ideas and project results to a business panel consisting of experts from the health sector.

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    Application process secures motivated participants

    Basing the selection of students for the talent programme on letters of motivation ensures that the final group of participants are highly motivated both to adopt an interdisciplinary approach and to produce concrete solutions to socially relevant health issues.

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    Preparing ideas for the market

    The aim of the talent programme is to give talented students the best possible opportunities to develop a successful business idea and introduce it on the market.

Health Innovators

The Health Innovators talent programme is launched in March 2017 and will run twice a year.

Read more about Health Innovators here.

Project period

September 2016-2018

Project partners

Copenhagen Business School, Technical University of Denmark, University of Denmark, Metropolitan University College, City of Copenhagen, Capital Region of Denmark.

Contact

Lone Rådberg, project consultant
/ +45 35 33 68 45

Funding

Growth Forum Copenhagen, Regionale Erhvervsudviklingsmidler and the European Social Fund.

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Project participants

Nina Louise Fynbo Riis

Nina Louise Fynbo Riis
Innovation and Entrepreneurship Consultant

University of Copenhagen

werner-sperschneider

Werner Sperschneider
Innovation Consultant, Ph.d.

Metropolitan University College

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Frank Ulrich
Innovation Consultant, Ph.d., Post.doc.
Technical University of Denmark

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Katla Ran Sturludottir
Program Coordinator
Copenhagen Business School

 

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Christian Wittenkamp Hansen
Project Manager

City of Copenhagen

Nina Brocks

Nina Marie Brocks
Innovation Consultant

Capital Region of Denmark

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