Sometimes it is easy to forget, but NTNU School of Entrepreneurship is much like a startup itself. We are always working on improving and developing the school – growing and learning every year. However, our focus on improving internal academic processes sometimes requires us to take a step back and take a look at ourselves from the outside.
During the spring we have been developing a new profile and communication strategy for NSE. Our unique network of partners calls for NSE to be even more open about our processes and share more of both our academic and business results with external actors. Our website has always been an important communication channel for us, connecting us with interesting applicants and exciting new business partners.
So here it is! We are proud to launch our brand new fully responsive website, with a complete rework of our application page, feasibility study process and startups. Feel free to take a look around! We hope that you like it and find the information you are looking for!
Got some feedback for us? We would love to hear your thoughts about it and you are more than welcome to send them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Miss our old site? Hope not…
The startup Aalberg Audio is today launching the world’s first remote controlled effects pedal for electric guitars. The solution moves guitar effects from a stationary pedal to the performer’s hands allowing them freedom to move around anywhere on stage for the first time.
–Our solution is highly liberating because it means guitarists can access all our effects no matter where they are on the stage – which is great for creativity, says Aleksander Torstensen, CEO & Co-founder of Aalberg Audio and former NSE student. The innovative technology gives the player greater ‘in-the-moment’ control of their sound and dramatically enhances the playing experience. They are today launching a campaign on Indiegogo where you can preorder the remote controller, AERO, visit their campaign here.
Dirtybit reached 45 million downloads this week and they recently launched their second mobile racing game, Dino Dash.
The financial Norwegian newspaper Dagens Næringsliv today covered the amazing story of DirtyBit and their grand success FunRun.
Dirtybit has established itself as one of Norway’s most promising mobile start-ups. The have seen an remarkable growth since Fun Run was launched September 5th, 2012. They reached #1 in US Apple App Store on December 11th, 2012, and now 45 million dowloads worldwide.
– This is only the beginning. We will now leverage our success to grow further, says COO & Co-Founder Nicolaj Broby Petersen. Petersen and VP of Business and Marketing, Aurora Klæboe Berg, both graduated from NTNU School of Entrepreneurship in 2013 and 2014.