Fritidsinteresser og Hverdagsproblemer Giver Nye Ideer (artikel på Sundhedsinnovation.nu)

Martin B. Justesen skriver på Sundhedsinnovation.nu:
– I de senere år har der været øget fokus på innovation og iværksætteri ved landets videregående uddannelser. Men kan man overhovedet uddanne sig til at blive iværksætter og starte egen virksomhed? Det kan man faktisk godt, hvis man blot tager ét skridt af gangen. Et godt første skridt er at lægge mærke til ting i egen hverdag, der ikke virker tilfredsstillende. Herefter kan man undersøge et givent problem nærmere og undersøge, om det også er et problem for andre. Er det tilfældet, vil det være relevant at udvikle en første prototype på en løsning og teste denne af i relevante brugeres hverdag. På den vis kan man meget vel – som med fritidsinteresser – tage udgangspunkt i egne erfaringer, når man vil lære at arbejde praktisk, målrettet med sine ideer.

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-> FREDERIKSBERG VIRKSOMHEDPRIS 2015: Abeo
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At the Go Grow graduation we give a special prize to the startup team with the most sustainable impact on the civic society. We call this prize the CIVIC AWARD.

When I met the founder of this startup 3, maybe 4 years ago he had a great vision and lots of hope – but he didn’t know how to capitalize and how to scale. Today when graduating from GO GROW he has still a great vision AND  now also a sustainable plan for how to safe houndreds, maybe thousands of people’s lifes. We believe that he and his great team will make it happen!

We give this years CIVIC AWARD to Mr. Deepak and the Dazin team. Congratulations!

-> Check out Dazin’s Crowdfunding
http://bit.ly/1BwGktv

-> Apply to join next batch of Go Grow – the CSE accelerator
http://go-grow.dk

100sparx

Wednesday Morning I met with Tim Steigert​ for a cup coffee. I guess it was a good cup of coffee – cause we decided to make a popup thing, calling it 100sparx.

The idea is to locate 10 hyperconnected persons who will help 100 Education/Health/Energy startups get in contact with the right person. This will create 100 “sparx” when the startups and the right connections meet. We plan to launch in the context of Global Entrepreneurship Week​.

Let me know if you are hyperconnected and want to help 10 startups find the right person!
www.100sparx.org

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