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Schedule 2014

Each of the sessions is planned to start at 18:00 with a light buffet, continued with an academic lecture (around 19:00), practitioner case (around 20:00), group work at 21:00, and concluding drinks around 21:45.

Theme Date / Location Speakers

Lecture 1 :

Intro to the field of entrepreneurship
- Knowing more about yourself
- Case: Student entrepreneurship



Niek Huizenga, YEAH / Launch Café

Jordy Oosterveld, Fonky Sales

Volko de Jong, GGNI / EDI

Lecture 2:

Finding and framing your opportunity
- Case: ICT services
- Skill: Finding your opportunity


Dinner in Bruinszaal
Lecture in Offerhauszaal

Gerard de Jong, Pynter

Arjan Frederiks, University of Twente

EBF Entrepreneurship Event

- Crowdfunding
- Taxation, regulation and legislation
- Discovering Talents



Femme Taken and Matthias Olthaar

Lecture 3:

Evaluating your opportunity & defining the Business Model
- Case: ZIUZ, visual intelligence
- Groupwork: business models


Dinner in Bruinszaal
Lecture in Offerhauszaal

Gerrit Baarda, ZIUZ

Lecture 4:

Organizing value creation in networks
- Case: Social entrepreneurship
- Skill: Presenting the value model


Harmonie building
Dinner in Harmonie restaurant
Lecture in 13.14.0026

Elisa Gielen and Paul Jenkins, TinyEYE Europe

Lecture 5:

Market management for Innovation
- Case: Medical device development
- Skill: Market research


Harmonie building
Dinner in Harmonie restaurant
Lecture in 13.14.0026

Kees Wiegers, KWIC

Lecture 6:

Financing innovative business
- Case: Valuation at "Golden egg check"
- Skill: Reading financial data


Dinner in Bruinszaal
Lecture in Offerhauszaal

Thomas Mensink, Golden Egg Check

Lecture 7:

Corporate entrepreneurship
- Case: Apple
- Skill: team development


Heymans building, Grote Kruisstraat 2/1 (Faculty of Behavioral and Social Sciences). Buffet in the restaurant of the Heymans Building.
Academic session at 19:00 in Lecture room Snijderszaal (M0061-Munting building).

Willem Poterman. Willem will give you a picture of development of I-Pod at Apple, and compare it to his experiences with several start ups in the Netherlands.

Lecture 8:

International entrepreneurship
- Case: working in an international environment
- Skill: intercultural communication


18:00 Dinner in Bruinszaal
19-21.00 Lecture in Offerhauszaal
21:00 End or Football :)

Practical case: Gosse Wielinga (
Assignment: a training on intercultural communication will be offered by the Language centrum

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Start up weekend


Co-organized with 3DS, EBF, NEXT

Get more info

NEXT presents: Dragon’s den


NB: Participation is open for the participants of the Start-up Weekend only

But anybody is welcome to watch and support!

Last modified:24 May 2018 12.55 p.m.