As more and more students are interested in working for a startup or founding their own startup instead of working for a corporate, EFR organized for the first time a “Startup Day” during their Business Week, the main event of the Economic Faculty of Rotterdam.
As an alumnus of Economics at the Erasmus University of Rotterdam Joachim gave a presentation about entrepreneurship, Big Data and AI at the Startup Days of the Economic Faculty of Rotterdam.
During the Start-up Day the students will be immersed in the entrepreneurial aspects of the participating companies. These companies will elaborate on their own experiences as a start-up. They will share their achievements and the obstacles they have overcome in order to give you insights of all aspects of starting your own company. Also companies which invest in start-ups will give an insight in their investment considerations.
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