The new work plan of the International Network of Entrepreneurial Universities is presented at TecnoCampus

On September 12, coinciding with the celebration of the 32nd annual conference of the European Association for International Education (EAIE) in Barcelona, ​​the TecnoCampus welcomed thirty-five representatives from different universities from countries such as Germany, Finland , Chile or Argentina.

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30 September 2022 Friday 02:38
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The new work plan of the International Network of Entrepreneurial Universities is presented at TecnoCampus

On September 12, coinciding with the celebration of the 32nd annual conference of the European Association for International Education (EAIE) in Barcelona, ​​the TecnoCampus welcomed thirty-five representatives from different universities from countries such as Germany, Finland , Chile or Argentina.

The visit also served to hold a meeting with seven members of the International Network of Entrepreneurial Universities, of which TecnoCampus is one of its driving entities.

The Network is made up of nine universities: The National University of the Northwest of the Province of Buenos Aires and the National University of the South (Argentina), the Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaíso and the Universidad Mayor (Chile), the ICESI University of Cali and the Universidad del Norte (Colombia), the University of Piura and the Universidad del Pacifico (Peru) and the TecnoCampus de Mataró.

The members of this Network share the same vision of responsible entrepreneurship, innovation and territorial development.

Coinciding with the beginning of the course, the CEO of TecnoCampus, Josep Lluís Checa, presented the new work plan jointly prepared, with objectives scheduled from September 2022 to December 2023.

The plan revolves around six priorities: training in entrepreneurship for teachers, staff and students; methodologies and tools for entrepreneurship management; presentation of projects to calls for the financing of the Network; university entrepreneurship indicators; financing for undertakings and communication strategy and positioning of the Network.

Likewise, the Plan includes a series of actions associated with each priority, responsible, co-responsible and collaborators. Among the proposed actions, the creation of a MOOC in Spanish, the holding of workshops, bootcamps and challenges and the implementation of startup incubation processes between different member universities stand out.

Entrepreneurship managers from the Universidad del Norte and the Universidad Nacional del Sur extended their visit to the campus throughout the week, with the aim of generating synergies and exchanging good practices.

Participating in these activities, among others, were Harry Matiz as Incubation and Fundraising Coordinator of the Center for Entrepreneurship and Mariangela López Lambraño as director.

The Universidad del Norte signed the agreement with TecnoCampus in 2020, according to the engineer López Lambraño. “From that moment on, we have been working on a series of cooperation activities,” she explains. "On this specific visit, we made an agenda with topics of interest specified for the university."

As revealed by Anahí Moyano, Head of University Entrepreneurship at TecnoCampus and representative before the Network, both the visit and the joint process of developing the Work Plan were "very positive and showed the strong commitment of the universities that make up the Network," she adds, valuing the meeting. "The next steps are to define the roadmap to specify each action and start with its implementation," she explains. "We have high expectations because the results will be of great benefit to our universities, our territories and, above all, to our university entrepreneurs," she says.

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