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The Global Entrepreneurship Week aims to arouse entrepreneurial vocations and to bring together at the global level, once a year, all the scattered initiatives in terms of advice and encouragement for business creation.
Since 2011, the University of Geneva (UNIGE) has mobilized many public and private partners as well as student associations to organize the Geneva edition of the World Entrepreneurship Week and to offer a multitude of events. you to stimulate creativity and the desire to undertake.
This Geneva edition is placed under the initiative “Free your ideas”, a week aimed at creating a platform of support, exchange of ideas and networking for all those who wish to carry out a project or innovate. The aim of this initiative within UNIGE is to make students aware of the opportunities offered by entrepreneurship and to provide them with tools and practical advice that allow them to bring an idea to fruition, whatever their background. training.
As part of this entrepreneurship week, the IMSG will host an e-workshop on Wednesday, November 18 on the following topic: The personality traits of the intra / entrepreneur.
Are we born or become intra / entrepreneurs? Are there any common traits?
Is personality enough to make an entrepreneur?
What characteristics do successful entrepreneurs share?
How does the founder’s personality influence the success of the business?
Do the different generations have the same reading of the entrepreneurial spirit?
Also, the International Management School Geneva will support the participation of its students in the Best Idea Contest on Thursday 19 November through its “Excubator”, the objective of which is to reveal three annual entrepreneurial projects.