Green HExagon project team invites everyone to participate in two “Green HExagon” online skill workshops that will be held online in November 2023.
The workshop on “European Green Deal” will be held on November 9 from 16.00 to 18.30. The workshop speaker will be Robert Mande – Kremnitzer. During the workshop, there will be an opportunity to learn about and understand the Green Deal and exsisting and future regulations. Understand how these regulatory change can affect business ideas and opportunities for companies and identify new business opportunities and integrate the Green Deal info future business models.
You can apply for the workshop by filling out the application form until November 5 here: https://greenhexagon.eu/workshops/
The November 28 workshop will be dedicated to the topic “Trends in digital products and business models” and will be organised online from 15.00 to 18.00. Speakers, Dr. Anne Busch, Markus Hohlagschwandtner and Kevin Janisch will guide you through the workshop. The aim of this workshop is to understand and identify current trends in digital products and business models in order to seize appropriate business opportunities and support founders.
You can apply for the workshops by filling out the application form until November 21 here: https://greenhexagon.eu/workshops/
The project’s activities are organized with the support of the European Union Erasmus+ project “Entrepreneurial learning partnerships to promote innovation and green start-up development in higher education”, project no. 2022-1-LV01-KA220-HED-000090176, LU registration no. ZD2022/21385.
The program is organized by four partners: University of Latvia (Business Incubator), University of Tartu (Business Incubator “Startup Lab”), Czech University of Life Sciences in Prague (Business Incubator “Point One”), Vienna Neustadt University of Applied Sciences (Startup Center).
This project is financed by the European Union. The views and opinions expressed reflect the personal views of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor the EACEA accepts responsibility for the views expressed.