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15 years with more than new ventures – May Edition

Written by - 13.07.2018 - kl. 15.55

The fifth presentation in our series of master’s theses contains three theses that all focus on
questions that the authors have obtained through their work in their start-up or through other
projects. The two first focus on the funding of new ventures and one especially on student-led
ventures, while the latter enters into an industry and focus on the competitiveness of these new
firms. The thesis are written of students graduating from NSE in 2006, 2009 and 2010, and are old but excellent in terms of their questions and findings!

We hope you get inspired and enjoy the reading of this month! If you want to read more about our
students’ prior theses, you can find theses from January, February, March and April here, here here and here.

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15 years with more than new ventures – April Edition

Written by - 30.04.2018 - kl. 19.32

The fourth presentation in our series of master’s theses contains three theses that all have implications for policy makers. The authors in this round all wanted to explore topics that could help entrepreneurs, teachers and facilitators to be better in their work. Through thorough explorations, deep insights and an external interest, the theses are both well written and of an influencing character. The theses are also written by students in the classes ‘13, ’14, and ’15, and as such illustrates the variation in topics that are found in the different consecutive years.

We hope you get inspired and enjoy the reading of this month! If you want to read more about our students’ prior theses, you can find theses from January, February and March here, here and here.

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15 years with more than new ventures – March Edition

Written by - 31.03.2018 - kl. 13.24

At the NTNU School of Entrepreneurship, we have a saying that ‘we are cowboys riding on the edge of the unknown’. While the origin of the quote or saying is a bit disputed, its meaning still stand strong among the students and faculty. For this third presentation of theses, we will focus on some of the lonesome riders, those who challenge the edge of uncertainty, but who manage to expand our map and understanding rather than staying put in the ‘Valley of Death’. These theses are thus single-authored, but they all also revolve around sustainable activities or focus, and their authors’ work reflects excellent writing, long hours, and creative solutions and approaches.

Once again, we hope you get inspired and enjoy the reading! If you want to read more about our students’ prior theses, you can find January and February’s six theses here and here.

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