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Entrepreneurship

AUAS Entrepreneurship Research Lunch with Lori DiVito

Lunch, learn and discuss research and entrepreneurship. Every two weeks on Tuesdays from 12.00-13.00.

Event

On Tuesday 10 December Lori DiVito will present the goals and ambitions of a recently funded Raak-Pro project, entitled ‘Collaborative networks for sustainability’.

Lunch

The project is led by Lori DiVito (Collaborative innovation & Entrepreneurship), Ingrid Wakkee (Entrepreneurship) and Jakomijn van Wijk (Maastricht School of Management), and focuses on collaboration to address sustainability issues in the textiles industry. 

The project specifically aims to foster the professionalization of the network orchestrator role by: (a) generating knowledge, developing and testing collaborative network governance models, facilitation tools and collaborative business modeling tools to enable network orchestrators to improve the performance of collaborative networks in terms of collective value creation (network level) and private value capture (network participant level), and (b) organizing platform activities for network orchestrators to exchange ideas, best practices and learn from each other, thereby facilitating the formation of a professional identity, standards and community of network orchestrators.

The lunch is arranged and brought to you by the Entrepreneurship Program. Please make sure to reserve your seat in advance so we can make sure there’s plenty for everyone.

Date: Tuesday 12 December 2019
Time: 12.00-13.00
Location: Amsterdam Venture Studios at the Wibaut building

Knowledge exchange researchers AUAS

The Entrepreneurship Research Lunches are organized every two weeks on Tuesdays to stimulate and promote knowledge exchange between AUAS researchers and other AUAS employees with a strong research interest in topics linked to the role of entrepreneurship in economic and societal changes in the Amsterdam metropolitan area.

As entrepreneurship is a cross-theme for the AUAS, topics and themes for the lunches may range from research on entrepreneurship in health, entrepreneurship and technology, social entrepreneurship to fintech, edutech or legal aspects of small business management.

The lunches are organized by the AUAS Entrepreneurship Program and Professorship for Entrepreneurship with contributions of Smart City Academy and CEDIS.
 

Published by  Entrepreneurship 18 November 2019