Maastricht Entrepeneurship Week 2017

15-05-2017 - 18-05-2017, 13:30-23:00



Take the Leap! -join the Maastricht Entrepreneurship Week from 15-18 May 2017


Maastricht Entrepreneurship Week (MEWeek) is the largest entrepreneurship event organized entirely by students for students in the Netherlands. With over 500 participants and an impressive line-up of speakers, MEWeek’17 has one mission – to empower individuals from all fields and backgrounds to become conscious catalysts and mobilize the world towards positive change as entrepreneurs.
MEWeek provides a program which is suited both for students and for (young) professionals.


Workshops and evening talks World-class speakers will give you insights about innovation, technology, blockchain, sustainability, effectuation, social entrepreneurship, and intrapreneurship. Among the guest speakers are Marc Preusche from LeROI Marketing Germany, Social entrepreneur Vidar Andersen, Christopher Kampshoff- CEO Lendstar, Matt Kuppers – Founder & CEO Startup Manufactory UK. Startup Tour On Tuesday 16 May students from UM and Zuyd will drive along with organizing team in the Startup Tour Limburg and visit several innovative startups in Limburg.
The Innovator’s Challenge - Jurofoon The Innovator’s Challenge is the hackathon-style competition which will present a case by Jurofoon- the innovative legal-tech company that offers juridical advice for any person or company in NL directly via phone calls and online. Teams of students are challenged to work together and propose entrepreneurial solutions to the case.


Startup Market with Limburg Startup ( Local and international startups in biotech, cleantech, fintech, ICT, slow food concepts, and social startups will showcase their products and services at the Startup Market on Thursday 18 May. The market aims to promote and connect various start-ups and scale-ups and provides a platform for match-making where participants can meet potential key partners, investors, or other forms of relevant connections for their business.


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