Entrepreneurship Summit 2017

Those starting a business are quite familiar with the complicated process – until, eventually, they have created a well-balanced entrepreneurial design. Whoever wants to learn more about the methods of creative startup culture, should visit the Entrepreneurship Summit. Roughly 100 speakers are scheduled to share their expertise in keynotes, groups, and workshops. Let successful entrepreneurs inspire you and join 1000 like-minded visitors in gaining valuable insights. www.entrepreneurship-summit.de

Meet Professor Dr. Dietmar Grichnik and Manuel Hess from the University St. Gallen on the Entrepreneurship Summit 2017 and get to know the St. Galler Startup Navigator, a process tool for startups.

Discover your potential. Be an entrepreneur.

The Entrepreneurship Summit presents start-ups and entrepreneurs from our network – both as role models, and as advisors and/or partners in the debate over new ideas. Our experience shows that it is, above all, younger start-ups and business personalities who can move and motivate their peers to re-direct their thinking – e.g. in the direction of entrepreneurship. The event has become increasingly popular: In 2009 about 900 participants registered – the weekend in 2015 showed a daily attendance of about 1700.

From the beginning, the summit focused on presenting methods and techniques of formulating a thorough and sustainable business concept. Those starting a business are quite familiar with the complicated process – until, eventually, they have created a well-balanced entrepreneurial design. Participants at the Entrepreneurship Summit will be enabled to initiate a business in concept-creative terms, to develop business model innovations, and to utilize the component model.

Other, seemingly similar events devoted to the methodology of starting a business tend to focus on topics such as “Sponsoring Start-Ups”, “High-Tech”, “Research and Development”. By contrast to such formats, our Summit emphasizes knowledge-based start-ups – a crucial difference to issues such as the classic independent entrepreneur, arts & crafts, or merely technological businesses. At the same time, though, the Summit can be a supplement to the other formats.