As part of the IXAnext valorisation program the city of Amsterdam has financed the development of ten entrepreneurship teaching cases. The cases feature successful local new venture, start-ups and/or scale-ups and are developed by teacher/ researchers who are affiliated with institutions for higher education in Amsterdam (HvA, UvA and VU).
By involving regional cases in education, students get inspiring examples from their immediate environment.
Bringing entrepreneurship education to a higher level
To bring entrepreneurship education in Amsterdam (and beyond) to a higher level, a variety of entrepreneurship teaching cases is developed. Each of the entrepreneurship cases features a successful new venture from the Amsterdam region.
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