Entrepreneurship and Technology Commercialization

ENTC — the Chair of Entrepreneurship and Technology Commercialization is part of the College of Management of Technology at EPFL and is directed by Prof. Dr. Marc Gruber.

ENTC is an internationally recognized center of excellence in research and teaching in Entrepreneurship and Technology Commercialization. We work in an international network of entrepreneurship institutions, and serve as a strong partner to the entrepreneurship community at EPFL and in the Lausanne region.

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New SHS-MGT course: Introduction to Entrepreneurship

— Starting in September, EPFL Bachelor students can discover the new SHS-MGT courses in Management & Finance. One of the course offered will be an introduction to entrepreneurship. Learn more about it from the teachers, Dr. Foy.

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New publication on the role of community-based enterprises

— Dr. Christina Hertel has published a new article in the Academy of Management Discoveries entitled "It Takes a Village to Sustain a Village: A Social Identity Perspective on Successful Community-Based Enterprise Creation"

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Students get pitch training from world-class speaker coach Dr. Penn

— Following great student responses in past sessions, Dr. Laura Penn, Founder of The Public Speaking School returned a third year to help EPFL’s Entrepreneurship students improve their new venture pitch in the run-up to one of their final course deliverables.

Marc Gruber with previous Mentor Award winners (from left to right: Bill Gartner, Dean Shepherd, Tom Lumpkin, Marc Gruber and Don Kuratko) © EPFL

Marc Gruber wins Academy of Management Mentor Award

— Marc Gruber, Chair of Entrepreneurship and Technology Commercialization and Vice-President for Innovation at EPFL, has recently received the Mentor Award from the Academy of Management.

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New article published by Prof. Dr. Marc Gruber

— Marc Gruber has just published an article in the Academy of Management Review. The paper entitled “Reconceptualizing necessity entrepreneurship: A contextualized framework of entrepreneurial processes under the condition of basic needs” is written jointly with John C. Dencker (Northeastern), Sophie Bacq (Northeastern), and Melvin Haas (Asyril SA).

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