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Successful meeting 'Innovating & Improving Together': students advise SMEs [video]

29 September 2015

How to anticipate changes in health care? How to set up a distribution model for online training? What are the market opportunities for high-quality protein, made from insects? These and other questions were on topic during the meeting 'Innovating and Improving Together' on Tuesday, September 29th.

Students gave advice on business cases that were sent in by the attending companies. The attendees of the event were also briefed on innovation initiatives in the North of the Netherlands. With this meeting the Hanze Hogeschool and the University of Groningen University seek collaboration with SMEs in the region.

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