External News

  • Renewable energy start-up seeks to restore balance in maritime sector with innovative business [EU Reporter]

    05 July 2015

    University ‘Start Up Programme’ students from Denmark win top honours at the 2015 European Enterprise Challenge. Competing against 23 other companies from 16 European countries, Gas2Green won the overall award for best enterprise, additionally winning the ‘Hyundai Brilliant Young Entrepreneurs Award’. 

  • Start-up-ul VisionBot, fondat de Ionuț Budișteanu, reprezintă România la finala JA Europe Enterprise Challenge [Forbes Romania]

    02 July 2015

    VisionBot este un start-up ce produce și comercializează un robot de tip „pick and place”, capabil să creeze în mod automat produse electronice plasând rapid și cu înaltă precizie componente într-o placă cu cablaj imprimat. Având cel mai competitiv preț de pe piață, robotul VisionBot este dedicat inginerilor, inventatorilor, pasionaților și IMM-urilor care doresc să-și transforme produsele prototip în produse de serie (computere, echipamente electronice sau orice alt produs cu circuite integrate), având un volum de producție de până la 75.000 de unități pe an.

  • POLITICO Pro’s Morning Tech | What's Next [Politico EU]

    01 July 2015

    ENTERPRISE CHALLENGE: Over 90 “startup students” from 16 EU countries will compete in the annual European Enterprise Challenge from Wednesday to Friday. Organized by youth-training non-profit JA Europe, the Lisbon event will see the hopefuls pitch their startups to experts for awards.

  • 'Skills for the Future' competition winners take on alcohol [New Europe]

    12 June 2015

    SoberDrive, a United Kingdom group, won big at the JA Europe Skills for the Future competition in Prague on June 10 with an invention that would revolutionize drunk driving self-regulation. The student group of George Kershaw Houghton, Edward Kershaw Houghton, Callum Coles, Samuel Roberts and Lauren Palmer, were chosen for their concept of a socially responsible company and assisting in decreasing the number of drunk driving related incidents.

  • Education expert: Linking schools with businesses is win-win [EurActiv]

    02 June 2015

    We need to increase the interaction between the education and the business community. We know both sides want to increase the cooperation, but it seems like there is a need for a “broker” in the middle, says Caroline Jenner.

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