Early-stage researchers and doctoral students from the Baltic region are invited to develop research ideas based on Cambridge, Cranfield Universities and MIT expert-developed programme.
The Ideas to Innovation (i2i Baltic) online programme, based on experiential learning, was developed by experts from the University of Cambridge and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The programme provides the participants with the opportunity to strengthen their motivation, acquire the basic knowledge and skills necessary for the commercialization of business development ideas, and apply the acquired knowledge and competencies to meet the needs of society or create their own start-up.
The training will be led by i2i founders and an expert:
Finally, a “cherry on the cake”, the organisers call a practical lecture, which will be delivered by an MIT expert. The practical innovation workshop will be led by a team of experienced facilitators.
Partner prizes and the benefits of virtual training
Selected participants in the i2i Baltic program can win the following prizes:
Benefits for participants:
Online training is organised by Kaunas University of Technology (KTU), Knowledge Empowered Entrepreneurship Network (KEEN) together with the Agency for Science, Innovation and Technology (MITA).
More information: https://cutt.ly/9RHvSAJ
Application deadline: November 19, 2021