In September 2017, 283 students from 25 schools and universities from across 23 countries took part in the “European Student Challenge: Breaking new ground in plant-based proteins to help feed the planet” conducted by Le Village by CA Nord de France and its partners. The result of this challenge was unveiled on March 24, 2018, in Lille.
Episode 6 – GYLP: Interview of Oleg Brodt, R&D Director, Deutsche Telekom Innovation Labs in Beersheba
He talks about the importance of closing the learning gap between academia and the industry and elaborates on the Research Center’s work in the cybersecurity sector.
Forbes magazine recently highlighted the unique value chain developed by SKEMA on each campus to allow any student to think, design, test and launch an entrepreneurial project in a global context.
It’s no coincidence that Israel has become a Cyber world power. During a “learning by doing” expedition, we have built our knowledge and our understanding of Israel’s unique situation. Discover how and why Israel has developed its cyber capabilities.
Hugo Laudren has just won the Jury Prize at the Agreen Startup contest held in Paris during the International Agriculture Show from February 23 to 25. Read all about his venture.
Come and support them on March 23 at 2pm at Amadeus. Registrations are mandatory and can be done here.
Gav-Yam Negev is an advanced technology park based in Beersheba, Israel. This park aims at becoming the country’s leading R&D center with high-tech complexes and offices of research, and office space.
For the first session of SKEMA VENTURES Startup Kafé in Brazil, SKEMA students from Belo Horizonte campus and partners from the local entrepreneurship ecosystem shared ideas, recommendations, and more.
According to the Global Green Economy Index (“CGE”) published in 2016, Israel was ranked fourth among green tech return on investment performance of its startups. How has this been possible?
How has Israel become a pioneer in innovation and entrepreneurship? Read all about it in this article.
Forty-five students of SKEMA Business School are in Israel for a 10-day ‘Learning by Doing Expedition’ to discover a unique ecosystem, popularly known as the Silicon Wadi or Start-Up Nation.
The start-up Datananas, co-founded at the end of 2014 by Romain Simon (SKEMA Alumni 2014) and Arthur Ollier, has completed a first round of € 1 million.
Read how two SKEMA students are combining the African and European cultures to create products that are completely unique.
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