If you are in need of tangible advice on your business concept or have other needs related to your concept, contact InnovationskontorEtt (The Innovation Office). InnovationskontorEtt provides complimentary confidential advice to move your concept forward. In addition, InnovationskontorEtt arranges a wide range of competitions and events, and also matches students who want to run their own company with researchers with good ideas. InnovationskontorEtt is the University's "business start-up service".
Each year, Venture Cup holds a business plan competition that makes it possible for your ideas to develop into the business of the future. Through professional guidance, extensive feedback from the jury and an adapted training programme, Venture Cup offers you a unique learning process and a valuable network of contacts.
CIE offers a unique environment as a training platform for knowledge-intensive business development and entrepreneurship research. We offer programmes and activities that aim to stimulate the successful creation, development and expansion of technology and knowledge-intensive businesses. For students and researchers, there is the Entrepreneurship Programme. If you are a driven student or researcher with a knowledge-intensive concept that you want to develop and establish an action plan then you may participate. Contact Carina Schärberg, CIE, for the next programme opportunity.
With university-linked resources as the basis, NOSP has the task of providing a creative and knowledge-intensive environment that promotes entrepreneurship, new businesses and growth. In conjunction with a number of bodies and even independently, we run ventures and projects aimed at developling new and existing businesses. Our two most prominent ventures for new businesses are Start Up and Incubator, which both aim to support and develop businesses during their start-up phase. For more information and contact details -www.nosp.se
LEAD is a business incubator that accelerates the development of start-ups by providing entrepreneurs with a breadth of focused resources and services for more rapid growth. LEAD is owned and funded by Linköping University; other financiers include Linköping and Norrköping Municipalities and Innovationsbron.
Last updated: 2012-06-18