Every year in November, our campuses are buzzing with entrepreneurial excitement. The Entrepreneurship Festival happens simultaneously in Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris and soon Turin – but 2020 is not a usual year.
How to have an impact? This is what troubled four students finishing their bachelor studies at ESCP Business School before they launched Staiy.
Von der Promotion zum eigenen Start-Up EASIP Drinks: Alexander, Nicolas und ihr Kollege Milan erhielten im September 2019 das EXIST-Gründerstipendium. Wie geht es ihnen heute?
wirbauen.digital ist das jüngste EXIST-Start-up an der ESCP Business School. Das Gründerteam hat sich vorgenommen den Bausektor zu revolutionieren.
The corona crisis is impacting everyone, globally. Besides the acute risk of getting sick, a lot of people feel anxious because of social distancing measures and the economic downturn.
The current cohort of our entrepreneurial acceleration programme U-SCHOOL recently met in Berlin for module 3: GROW. What are key levers to bring your project to the next level? Apply now for the next round of U-School!
ESCP Business School Berlin was awarded the EXIST-Potentiale grant for its startup support concept ESCP BESTPlace. Matthias Mrozewski represented the Jean-Baptiste Say Institute during the award ceremony.
RENT XXXIII, the Research in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Conference, took place in Berlin on November 28th and 29th, with a pre-conference day at ESCP Berlin campus on November 27th. The Jean-Baptiste Say Institute co-organized the conference.
From November 24th to November 26th, 75 researchers came to ESCP Berlin to make art, cook together, and discuss effectuation in teaching and practice. This happens nowhere but the 7th Effectuation Conference. What exciting days we had!
From November 24th-29th 2019, the Jean-Baptiste Say Institute of ESCP Business School is hosting two entrepreneurship conferences: the 7th Effectuation Conference and RENT XXXIII. More than 300 researchers are coming to Berlin to present and debate their research.
How does a brand and innovation consultant for global B2C brands end up in a startup that digitizes the air freight market? Laura Weritz studied the Executive Master in Digital Innovation and Entrepreneurial Leadership (EMDIEL) at ESCP Europe in 2016/2017 – and, in the course of it, changed from her consultancy job to an early stage startup.
Have you ever thought about a Ponzi scheme with data in the age of social media? Fake news as the HIV of the digital society? Agribusinesses such as Monsanto as the “visible hand” in a market playing with food? ESCP Europe’s Master in Management students have, and have translated these thoughts into art pieces that they showed to the public on October 2nd.