Business Creation
For Social Entrepreneurs

Create your impact start-up
Start date
10. September 2019
Deadline 09. September 2019
Course dates
September
10 | 13 | 17 | 20
October
01
Here you will find all the details of the Business Creation course in Lausanne.

After the course, you will have:

  • Hands-on knowledge to develop a profitable and impactful business model
  • Professional and personal competences to design, develop and realise your business idea with a special focus on the social impact of your start-up
  • A prioritised set of actions to take you to the next step
  • A fantastic network of coaches, consultants and participants

To participate, you must meet the following requirements:

  • You have founded a startup or are planning to do so in the next 6 to 12 months
  • You have developed your business idea or maybe a first draft of your business plan
  • Your business idea is a technological, scientific or business model driven innovation that will have a positive impact on society or environment
  • You are ready to challenge yourself as an entrepreneur and are willing to invest a significant part of your time (at least 30%) into the project
Course program
Start date
10. September 2019
Deadline 09. September 2019
Course dates
September
10 | 13 | 17 | 20
October
01
Information material
Flyer with course schedule
Language
English
Costs
300 CHF
Place
PSE C, 1015 Lausanne, Switzerland
Contact

c/o ZHAW School of Management and Law
Stadthausstrasse 14
CH- 8401 Winterthur

http://www.startup-campus.ch
info@startup-campus.ch
+41 58 934 65 00

 

Comments
«Before taking the course, I only had a product. Now I also have a business strategy!»

Valentin Gallet
Kronos

«In the course, you learn to see your plans with the eyes of others. This is highly interesting!»

Michael Waldner
Pexapark AG

«In the Business Creation course I learned as a researcher how to transform my scientific project into a profitable business model.»

Sabrina Badir
Pregnolia

«I’ve learned a lot in the course, especially about financial planning and customer segmentation.»

Benedikt Wanner
Synple Chem