Ever wondered how the students at the NTNU School of Entrepreneurship are pitching their products?
Well, we are now giving you a sneak peak into one of the startups.
This pitch was conducted by Sigurd Gran-Jansen, of CPTR.
And found place this spring at by:larm NORDIC TOP 24 – THE NORDIC’S HOTTEST TECH STARTUPS
Top leading Norwegian politicians flooding to NSE to observe best practice in entrepreneurship education.
NTNU School of Entrepreneurship has recently been a popular stop for many Norwegian politicians. Just a few weeks after the honorable visit from the Minister of Education and Research, Torbjørn Røe Isaksen (C), the NSE was once again ground for deep curiosity and amazement from the top political heads in Norway.
Monica Mæland (C), Minister of Trade and Industry cleared out part of her schedule when visiting NTNU, just to listen to some of the startups incubated at NSE. After the short pitches, from GEM with the unique CERN Radon technology, Voico, the SINTEF supported noise canceling venture, and feat.fm, the unique viral live concert platform, she could not help but proclaim that this was somewhat both impressing and outstanding.
Jonas Gahr Støre (Lab.), the former Minister of Health Care and Minister of Foreign Affairs, visited Trondheim this week to give a speech about future healthcare services. The prominent candidate to become the next Labour Party leader, showed a great interest in the unique entrepreneurship hub that NSE represents, and stayed for a short pitch from Voico. Impressed by the well conducted pitch, he stated “Exciting! All devoted students in Norway should apply to the NTNU School of Entrepreneurship”.
What are you waiting for? Listen to Jonas Gahr Støre.
Apply the NTNU School of Entrepreneurship before the deadline 15th of April.
The only outdoor equipment company from NTNU School of Entrepreneurship is launching their first product Amok™ Draumr™.
It is a one of a kind hammock. It is for those of you who need a break from the busy life of society and just want to spend some time in the great outdoors. The patent pending hammock has several functions that makes it special compared to known solutions. Are you a side sleeper? Back sleeper? Stomach sleeper? They got you – The flat and innovative lying position the hammock has, suits us all. It can also be adjusted at various angles from the normal lying position up to a comfortable chair. When out in nature this feature is perfect for many applications. Read a book, have breakfast in bed, sunbath – you name it. This implies that you will be perfectly comfortable in nature while gazing at the stars – without the rock in your back.
Amok™ Draumr™ is now available for a limited period of pre-sale, and goes for as low as 2499 NOK at Amok web shop.
Team Mime, consisting of three NSE-graduates Arif Mirza, Vebjørn Kjærvik and Patrick Carstens, won the prestigious NSE Business Plan Championship. This is an internal competition for all students attending NTNU School of Entrepreneurship. Participating teams were required to analyze real-life business problems, write a business plan and present it to a jury consisting of renowned investors and management companies.
There were a total of nine teams participating from the fresh 4th year students. Of which, five of the teams went through to a final round. According to the jury, the presentations reached an all-time high in both quality in the business plan and presentation execution. Mime scored high on several judging parameters, including outstanding business concept, credibility in ability for future execution, high energy in presentation, modesty in relation to achievements of objectives etc.
The winning team will also participate in Global Venture Labs Investment Competition (GVLIC) – “The Oscars of Business Plans”, in Austin, Texas in the beginning of May.
Winners of last year, Aalberg Audio, used the trip to Texas as a springboard for the launch of their award-winning product, with great success.
Stay tuned for updates on Mime.
Attend our Information Night, that will take place on April 1st, on Campus Gløshaugen,
Room: Kjel 1 @ 1715
We are looking forward to see you there.
NTNU School of Entrepreneurship was a main part of the agenda when the Minister of Education and Research, Torbjørn Røe Isaksen (C) visited Trondheim and NTNU on the 5th of March. The purpose of the visit to NSE was to get more insight into how students earn their degree, while they also start up their own businesses. Isaksen and his delegation received a short presentation by the award winning startup Aalberg Audio, and the CERN-linked startup Tind Technologies.
The Minister was impressed by the business activities and the dynamic environment within the School of Entrepreneurship. Accompanied by NTNUs Rector Gunnar Bovim, and Pro-rector for Innovation at NTNU, Johan Hustad, Isaksen was able to talk to some of the students and their aspiring startups.
The Anniversary Conference which was held to celebrate 10 years with NTNU School of Entrepreneurship School was a great success with many familiar faces showing up.
10 years have passed since the School of Entrepreneurship was founded, and in 10 years the school has graduated business developers who have started million dollar companies, have become intrepreneurs in large corporations and strong strategic advisors. This anniversary was celebrated with an anniversary conference followed by a grand celebration by the current students and returning alumni.
The program for the anniversary conference contained a wide range of great names. Head of the Enterprise Federation of Norway, Vibeke Hammer Madsen, Rector of NTNU, Gunnar Bovim and Verdande-founder Sebastian Stein to name a few. Enthusiasm among this year’s students were noticeably, and the joy of experiencing further 10 years at NTNU School of Entrepreneurship are present.
Happy Birthday, ES!