Student and entrepreneur, how does it work? – Online
Are you a student with a business idea? Don’t know how to get started? Welcome to a digital lunch lecture with Jennifer Sturedahl – student AND entrepreneur – who will share some of her best tips on how to run a business as a student .
2.5 years into Jennifers education at Jönköping University, she still didn’t know which area she would focus on after her graduation. She therefore chose to start her own business while studying!
On September 30th, we welcome you to listen to Jennifer’s story about why and how she started her company. She will explain the benefits of running a business while you are a student, and what she has learned along the way. It will be an inspiring digital lunch lecture, focusing how to make your dream your reality.
Who is the seminar suitable for?
Students (or anyone with a business idea!) who are looking for tips and inspiration for how to get started with your company.
Science Park gives students the opportunity to start a consultancy in their field of studies which provides the chance to obtain work assignments from companies, based on your educational background and your experience. These work assignments can be acquired in two ways; you can either contact the companies directly, or we at Science Park try to match you with relevant companies after your consultant company is registered with us.
As a student entrepreneur, you can get assignments within:
- Graphic design and web development
- IT support and programming
- Product or communication campaign
- Project management in different areas
- …and much more!
Does this sound interesting? Don’t hesitate to contact us and we will tell you more
When and where?
Wednesday, 30th of September, from 12 – 12.45 pm.
The seminar will be held online. All participants will be invited by email to a Microsoft Teams meeting.
The registration for this event is closed. If you’ve signed up but can no longer attend – please let us know. Cancel your registration by sending an email to Emma Johansson at email@example.com.