For the first time ever, the Rabo Entrepreneur Award will join forces with the Anner Award. This collaboration gives you the chance to bring home two prizes, each worth €10.000. Tell your business story to entrepreneurs and investors in a Dragon’s Den setting and perhaps you will reach the stage during the Grand Final in Forum Groningen on 14 June.
You can sign-up until May 8 (23.59 hrs).
Besides the prizes you will receive lots of brand awareness, a broader network and feedback from entrepreneurs and experts, a kickstart for your entrepreneurial journey!
The Anner Award pays homage to a true student entrepreneur Anner van der Mheen. His passion for business and networking will be infused in this year’s special collaboration.
The Rabo Entrepreneurship Award is an initiative for student entrepreneurs from the Hanze University of Applied Sciences and the University of Groningen that support and help their businesses to grow.
The Marian van Os Centre of Expertise Entrepreneurship from the Hanze and the University of Groningen Centre of Entrepreneurship (UGCE) contribute with their entrepreneurial programs to the economic development of the northern region of the Netherlands. They invest in the future of the professionals by stimulating students in innovative thinking and forming an entrepreneurial attitude. Besides that, students and entrepreneurs from outside the University will be guided to work on their promising entrepreneurial idea with support in the stages of development, start and growth of their business. That is the reason why the Hanze founded the student platform called BusinessMatch Groningen. Together we work on the employment of tomorrow.
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