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Venture Creation Weekend: Innovation in SmartTech & in Education

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Are you interested in entrepreneurship and want to learn how to start a venture? Are you interested in connecting things and creating products and services to make a smarter world? Or do you have novel ideas or technologies to transform education?

Kickstart your entrepreneurial career and start developing your venture at the next Venture Creation Weekend on 22-24 November 2019 at Cambridge Judge Business School. It’s a chance to test your smart tech or novel education business idea, build a team and pitch to investors in 50 hours!

The Entrepreneurship Centre is working in partnership with Santander Universities and in collaboration with Shape to offer aspiring entrepreneurs and innovators the chance to explore opportunities, ideas and applications in the following areas:

IoT and connected devices;

-Applications of sensors -Big data -AI and smart solutions

Novel solutions in education and learning;

-Promote Creativity in Education -Next generation of learning and formative assessment solutions -Immersive learning and simulation -Solutions to aid wellbeing

The Innovation in SmartTech and in Education Venture Creation Weekend starts promptly at 17:00 on Friday 22 November and ends at 19:00 on Sunday 24 November.

The exact dates and times are:

Fri 22 November 2019, 17:00-18:00 – Keynote speaker (open to everyone) Fri 22 November 2019, 19:00-23:00 Sat 23 November 2019, 08:30-23:00 Sun 24 November 2019, 08:30-19:00 (followed by a dinner from 19:00 to close) The venue is Cambridge Judge Business School, Trumpington Street, Cambridge CB2 1AG

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