We love to pick exciting brains. For that purpose we regularly invite interesting individuals to host seminars, share inspirational stories, talk about their latest idea or to address a particular topic.
These seminars vary in duration, but are generally offered in a one to two hour format and are open to everyone from our member schools, including former SSES students. The number of seats are strictly limited, which is why you need to register or apply for a spot well in advance.
The Paper Seminar Series is a perfect opportunity to get up to speed with the entrepreneurship research scene and meet fellow researchers. During each seminar one researcher presents an article and receives feedback from the researchers in the audience. By attending or presenting at a paper seminar, you exchange ideas with a transdisciplinary team of researchers who are all passionate about entrepreneurship research.
The Public Seminar Series (PuSS) consists of open guest lectures that are held within the SSES’ academic courses. The lecturer is often an SSES alumni entrepreneur who shares valuable start-up experiences, or an international speaker handpicked to add value to the course. These seminars are open to anyone interested in SSES and are a great chance to get a sneak peek into our courses. A few attractive seats are available for external guests at each seminar and spots are filled on a first come first served basis.