SKEMA Ventures is organizing its traditional Startup Kafe, an event where students and alumni can test their business idea and find support, on February 8 at 6.30pm. Read this article for more details and register.
The evening of October 6 was not an ordinary one for students at the SKEMA Raleigh campus! With the atmosphere charged with creativity and innovative ideas, over 40 people, including students, faculty and guests, gathered to pitch or listen to the business pitches of their peers at the Startup Kafe event organized by SKEMA Ventures. […]
The vibe at the Startup Kafe pitching sessions held at the Lille, Paris and Sophia Antipolis campuses on February 10 and at the Belo Horizonte campus, Brazil, on March 4, was electrifying! Read this article to know about the interesting business ideas presented by students and alumni.
SKEMA Ventures and SKEMA Ventures Raleigh Club organized the Startup Kafe pitching session at the HQ Centennial/North Carolina State University E-Garage on January 28. The 16 business pitches by student-entrepreneurs were diverse, ranging from fashion and hospitality to social entrepreneurship. Read the article to know more about the projects.
SKEMA Ventures is organising the next edition of the Startup Kafe on January 28 at the Raleigh campus and on February 10 at the Lille, Paris and Sophia Antipolis campuses. If you have an entrepreneurial idea and would like to test it, register today!
SKEMA Ventures stimulated the entrepreneurial minds of SKEMA entrepreneurs again this month through the Startup Kafé events held at the Belo Horizonte, Lille, Paris and Sophia Antipolis campuses. Read this article to find out about the diverse and innovative business ideas that were pitched.
To stimulate the ideation and launch of innovative startups, SKEMA Ventures, the entrepreneurship business unit of SKEMA Business School, is organizing the Startup Kafe in Suzhou, China, on September 25. Read the article for details.
The SKEMA Ventures club at the school’s Raleigh campus held its first event on September 5 – a workshop on “How to deliver a 2-minute pitch” or “Prepare to pitch”. The objective was to help students get ready for the upcoming Startup Kafe. Read the article for more details.
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.