During the month of October the EUEN will identify established environments for university-business-
The Institute of Applied Entrepreneurship (IAE) at Coventry University (UK) is working with HP to identify processes and projects to enhance university-student-
Ideas are identified, with the support of communities, and, based on this needs analysis, are turned into workable business plans. HP is assisting with real life experiences especially for projects in the digital sector.
Funded by the European Commission, the EUEN pilot project aims to contribute to Europe 2020 (the EU’s growth and competitiveness strategy for the current decade) by fostering entrepreneurial skills at the university level. It will achieve this by facilitating enhanced collaboration between businesses and higher education institutions through: organisational development;
A forum held at Coventry University recently, concluded that activities needed to be adapted to the competencies of the local university as well as the supporting mechanisms in place within the region. The forum also identified that there was not one system applicable to all universities because of differences in capabilities and regional realities.
Led by Coventry University, the EUEN team comprises seven Universities, six business partners and two specialist support institutions spread across seven European countries. Businesses and universities are welcome to register an interest in the project. For further information about the EUEN project please visit the project website: www.ebn.eu/euen
· Dr Gideon Maas (Project Coordinator, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org); or
· Margaret Mulligan (Project Communication Manager, e-mail: margaret.mulligan@