INTRODUCING UNIVERSITY AND BUSINESS SCHOOL STUDENTS TO THE REAL-WORLD OF ENTREPRENEURS, BUILDING STARTUPS AND WORKING IN THE ECOSYSTEM.
Learn about the daily lives of entrepreneurs and building startups from experienced founders, investors and accelerators, who have already built innovative companies. With one day to one week-long programmes, facilitated by entreprenurs.
Interact and connect with experienced founders, investors and others, and access opportunities to accelerate your idea, work with startups and build your network. And participate in practical founder-led workshops to learn the real lessons and challenges ahead.
Partner with Founder Campus for your university, college or business school to deliver the invaluable practical element of innovation and entrepreneurship programmes, for students to build their own ventures and find work within the ecosystem.
The Future of Fintech with London Business School introduces MBA’s to how to build startups that revolutionize the way we manage our money.
The Future Of A.I. with UAL, introduced students to new ways of thinking about developing A.I. products and platforms.
A workshop programme for students to learn the thinking behind strong value propositions and how to develop innovative business models.
Helping students to understand the often unseen realities and and day-to-day challenges of being a full-time entrepreneur and startup founder.
New Tech Platforms introduced students to how digital media tech platforms are building scalable products.
Graduate Opportunities with Imperial College opens doors for student founders to work in the startup ecosystem.
How To Work in Startups with Limkokwing University helped undergrad students develop the skills startup founders look for when hiring.
Design Thinking introduced Cox Business School students to the thinking behind developing successful products, platforms and services.
Designing New Business Models showed students at Japan’s top university who to develop startups with great business models.
Developing Entrepreneurial Skills for Life showed students at the Brit School how to turn their talents in to companies, products and services.
“While lectures and readings certainly provide value for an academic and holistic approach on entrepreneurship, learning from the experience of entrepreneurs and investors, who have already accomplished the challenges that lie ahead of us, is invaluable.”
Imperial College Business School