Students and staff from Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences attended the 15th Anniversary Seminar of the Netherlands Institute for Knowledge Intensive Entrepreneurship (NIKOS) at the University of Twente this week.
Wittenborg's CEO, Maggie Feng, said the university is happy to be part of the NIKOS anniversary seminar as it encourages entrepreneurship. Wittenborg offers a Bachelor in Entrepreneurship & Small Business at its location in Amsterdam.
“We especially look forward to working even closer with the University of Twente,” Feng continued in reference to both institutions being education partners in a new project advancing robotics technology which in turn will boost the Dutch smart industry.
The seminar explored topics such as social entrepreneurship, advances in technology and perspectives for knowledge intensive entrepreneurship and innovation in international management.
Nikos was the first academic center for entrepreneurship in the Netherlands, incorporating research, education, entrepreneurial support (business development) and consultancy & training.
by Anesca Smith
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