Learn the role, analytics and process of business planning through High-tech entrepreneurship
This 20-hour-course is designed to introduce participants, PhD and undergraduate students from different disciplines (STEM, Social Sciences & Humanities) and also young researchers and post-docs, to the basic knowledge and competences about high-tech entrepreneurship.
More precisely, the course will provide participants with the basic understanding of the role, analytics and process of business planning that lead to the creation of new innovative business ventures, especially regarding those which are generated within an academic environment, on the basis of public research.
They will learn and gain direct experience about patents, university-industry collaborations, contract research, starting a new company, marketing high-tech inventions, etc. The objective is to bring participants to have their business model and business plan ready at the end of the course.
Participants will also have the opportunity of setting up real proposals for start-ups which they will be able to use for start-up competitions such as Start Cup Toscana or other possible calls launched by Sant’Anna and other universities.
The course is open for participants from universities which are part of the JoTTO initiative (i.e. Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Scuola Normale Superiore, IMT Lucca, IUSS Pavia, GSSI L’Aquila, SISSA Trieste). Students from other universities and from EELISA.
The course has been designed both for those who are planning to set up an innovative and/or high-tech start-up and for those who might benefit from the course’s contents in an existing company, in their professional activities or in a research context.
The course is organized in collaboration with EELISA and Start Cup Toscana.
From March 4th 2024 at 3:00 p.m. (CEST) to May 17th 2024, at 6:00 p.m. (CEST)
Onsite at Aula magna storica, piazza martiri della liberta 33, Pisa
HOW TO REGISTER