Through SKEMA Ventures
, students have access to a single value chain enabling them to think of, design, test and launch their innovative project in a global setting.
Since the start of the 2017 academic year, all new SKEMA students on all programmes or campuses, have events or training that encourage them to think like entrepreneurs. In-depth courses, a MOOC and an entrepreneurship track are offered to students who want to explore this path.
The MSc Entrepreneurship & Innovation
, programme that incubates innovative projects enjoys worldwide recognition. Within SKEMA Ventures, the Venture Factory is a unique system of guidance for company creation from the first idea to acceleration. The Venture Factory has its own internal team of coaches and a network of partner incubators and accelerators on each of SKEMA’s six campuses. It is open to all 40 000 alumni who can count on their former school to help them create their companies.
The Venture Family is part of the Venture Factory that includes a peer-to-peer student and alumni community for entrepreneurship. By joining the Venture Family, students in the Master in Management can help on other students’ projects, contributing specific academic expertise, thus enriching their own personal career and profile.
With SKEMA Ventures
, SKEMA offers its students an opportunity to get entrepreneurial training, exploiting the best that each locality has to offer with a global view of possibilities. In Paris, Lille and Sophia-Antipolis, as well as Suzhou, Raleigh and Belo Horizonte, the idea is to accompany our student entrepreneurs to think how they might develop these “born glocal” companies: “invented in Sophia, incubated in Suzhou and accelerated in Raleigh”.
"With SKEMA Ventures
, we have launched a dynamic that is rooted in learning, accompaniment and the community. This guarantees the coherence of the value chain that SKEMA offers on entrepreneurship. This new logo is a good reflection of the diversity, complementarity and ambitions of SKEMA Ventures." explains Philippe Chéreau, who heads up SKEMA Ventures.