Startups and entrepreneurship: from venture creation to commercialization

Description

The boom in startups and venture capital scene in recent years, including well-advertised successful startup exits, acted as a powerful driver to an entrepreneurial activity boost around the globe. Even though the topic received a great deal of attention, the crucial principles and concepts are often misunderstood.

The course guides through the fundamentals of entrepreneurship and decision-making process in startups, which leads to a resource-efficient commercialization of new technologies, turning an idea to a profitable business.

The course will provide insights on the latest entrepreneurial trends, the role of the ecosystem in supporting new venture creations, and introduce techniques for early-stage companies to reduce the risk and achieve positive performance.