To reward the most promising SKEMA Ventures-incubated projects based on innovation, societal and environmental impact, scalability, as well as the engagement of the project holders within the Venture Family, SKEMA Ventures Awards has been launched. Read the article for details about the criteria for participation, prize money, and more.
Quelques jours avant VivaTech, grande messe de la technologie et de l’innovation, dont SKEMA Business School était partenaire, avait lieu la 2e edition du Bootcamp de SKEMA Ventures. Trois jours intensifs dont ont bénéficié 13 startups triées sur le volet. Lisez l’article pour plus de détails.
SKEMA Ventures’ recent Bootstrap workshop provided aspiring student-entrepreneurs with essential coaching and tools to enable them to strengthen and launch their business ideas.
The new edition of SKEMA Ventures Startup Kafe event was held recently at SKEMA’s Suzhou campus in China. The enthusiastic student-entrepreneurs presented a wide range of innovative ideas! The event also marked the launch of the entrepreneurship and innovation shared course for the Spring 2019 session. Read this article for details.
For the first time in 17 years, two projects were declared the joint winners of Challenge Jeune Pousse on March 22. Both the winners… were projects of SKEMA students! Read for details.
SKEMA Business School’s SKEMA Venture Club in Raleigh conducted the stimulating Brainstorming Workshop on February 20. It featured an insightful talk by Blake Stewart, CEO of Hail Mary Mix, and various entrepreneurial challenges. Read for details.
SKEMA Alumni, the Women and Business Chair of SKEMA, SKEMA Ventures, and the Force Femmes association organized a reverse mentoring workshop for four women entrepreneurs and members of the Force Femmes association at SKEMA Lille’s KCenter. Read the article to find out how the entrepreneurs benefitted from the event.
Cultures en Ville est une société de développement de l’agriculture urbaine disposant de références significatives et un partenariat avec l’INRA. Grâce à Clément Lebellé (SKEMA Alumni FMI 2015), et son équipe, il est désormais possible de cultiver en plein centre de Paris.
Entrepreneurship is an integral part of SKEMA Business School’s DNA. This was proved on January 29 at the Startup Kafé, an event conducted by SKEMA Ventures at which students can pitch their business ideas in a friendly, conducive environment. It took place simultaneously at SKEMA’s Paris, Sophia Antipolis and Lille campuses and the Raleigh (USA) campus, and was attended by more than 180 students.
At the conference, Prof, Philippe Chereau, Director of SKEMA Ventures, shared with the audience the latest practices in business modeling and business planning.