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Date :From June 12th to 14th 2024
Place :Domaine de Saint-Paul, 102 Route Limours, 78470 Saint Rémy Lès Chevreuse
Registration :Here

The DIMs MaTerRE and QuanTiP join forces once again and organise a second residential school on entrepreneurship!

The school will be held from June 12th to 14th 2024*, at the Domaine de Saint Paul in Saint-Rémy-lès-Chevreuse. It will be led by Eric Langrognet of Limpidea Management.

Open to all members of our networks, from doctoral and post-doctoral students to senior researchers and research engineers, this training will give you the basics of entrepreneurship (network, finance, market research, business plan, negotiation, etc.) through theoretical courses, interactive workshops and testimonials from entrepreneurs from the scientific community.

So, if you are interested in the ecosystem of start-ups and how it works, if you already have an idea or an entrepreneurial project, or if you simply want to become aware of vocabulary and certain issues, this school is for you!

Registration is open until May 31, 2024, at 3pm. Your application must be submitted via the form below: https://framaforms.org/ecole-residentielle-a-lentrepreneuriat-1710777918. For any preliminary question, contact us at dim-materre@espci.fr

The number of places is limited to 15 people. Registration fees are covered for network members.

*Participants will be welcomed on June 11 in the evening and will be accommodated at the Domaine de Saint Paul hotel from June 11 to 14 (free for QuanTiP and MaTerRE DIM members). 

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