It has become a tradition…
Every year Entrepreneurs Academy organizes a trip to one of the world’s most startup-dense cities. Last time we went to San Francisco, and before that London. Both trips were highly appreciated by the companions as well as the companies we visited.
Our trip explores the opportunities and challenges related to the establishment of strategic partnerships. We are a highly networked group of individuals, with students from the highest-ranked schools of Sweden.
NEXT STOP – SINGAPORE
Entrepreneurs Academy are happy to present the new destination for EA Meets 2019: Singapore!
This year, the trip has a collaboration with Uppsala University Innovation. They will award scholarships to two participants that have shown extraordinary interest and involvement in entrepreneurship and innovation. UU Innovation does this to show some extra support for those who really want to go on this trip due to their interest in the subjects that we will be learning about during the trip. As a part of Uppsala University, UU Innovation’s mission is that through knowledge and research within Uppsala University create value for the society & transform these innovations for a better world. They support researchers such as students from idea to innovation & help them use their assets & ideas together with companies and organizations around the world. Are you interested in learning more? Check out their website www.uuinnovation.uu.se/
From 7th – 16th of December we will cross continents to take a deep dive in everything that Asia has to offer. During 8 exciting days, we will visit several companies in Singapore – well established & leading companies as well as young startups. In a combination between tech-startup, incubators and chambers of commerce, we will learn about entrepreneurship, intrapreneurship, internationalization, how it is to start a business in Asia, how to get investors & how to work with innovation within both small & large companies.
Singapore also happens to be one of the worlds most business-friendly environments. The city is small but dense and has been ranked as the second-best place to start a technology-based business in Asia. We will get a first-hand look at what makes Singapore such an attractive place for foreign businesses through funding programs, world-known co-working spaces, incubators and ultra-high-speed fiber-optic infrastructure.
If you have any questions regarding the project or the trip do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or check out our Facebook event for more information.
We will visit the following companies:
EA MEETS SAN FRANCISCO
Last year Ea Meets visited San Francisco. There, travel participants explored everything the American start-up hub had to offer. It was a well-filled week, mixing business with pleasure. Visits at companies, start-ups as well as market leaders. We spend time at JUSTforall, Spotify, Gavagai, StanfordUniversity and MinervaUniversity just to mention a few. Combined with seeing the best parts of the pearl of California: San Francisco.
EA MEETS BERLIN
Entrepreneurs Academy went to Berlin at the end of May. It was a start-up trip in order to visit startups, meet entrepreneurs, investors and incubators. The travel lasted for four exciting days.
EA MEETS LONDON
In a couple of days, we went around London and met the people behind successful start-ups. We met entrepreneurs and start-ups from different industries, including environmental technology company Powervault, investment company Seedcamp, and crowdfunding company Seedrs, which developed a platform that allows private individuals to invest in start-ups. We also visited Google’s entrepreneurship hub, Google for Entrepreneurs, and Oxford University’s Entrepreneurship Association and linked contacts.
At the end of the trip, we explored London. Some student went shopping and others watched a soccer game. An amazing trip full of inspiration, energy and fun. Make sure to come with us next time!
EA MEETS BERLIN
We repeated the success by driving down to Berlin in order to be overwhelmed by inspiration and ideas. We visited companies such as Soundcloud, Vamos, Zenmate, Outfittery, Jumpstarter, Earlybird, Adjust and FantasticFrank!
EA MEETS BERLIN
The first time: 2013
Twelve excited students from Uppsala University got the opportunity to go on an inspiration trip with Entrepreneurs Academy. We visited one of Europe’s hottest start-up scenes of modern time: Berlin.
For three intense days, the students met twelve different companies and the people behind. The trip began with a morning visit at Adeven, we discussed what bootup really is and Adeven co-founder and CTO, Paul, told us about their industry experience. After lunch, we visited Payango, which in cooperation with VISA delivers prepaid VISA cards to Germans. Amongst other things, we got told how it feels to be a young and small company and to work with a giant like VISA. The day ended with a visit to SoundCloud, a success story in the music industry and which founder is Swedish. They told us about how the company has gone from being a handful of employees to nearly two hundred today – and the consequences that come with success.