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„Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has.” Margaret Mead
The Entrepreneurship Campus enables social entrepreneurs, from around the world, to create a culture of entrepreneurship, promote entrepreneurial education, and advocate for a more peaceful world. At the campus, entrepreneurs can share ideas, collaborate, get feedback, and learn a new way of starting a business together.
The Entrepreneurship Campus offers its members the opportunity to exchange and network, as well as the chance to get free education on entrepreneurship and economics. As part of the Campus, free courses, literature, videos and audios are available to you.
In our member map you can find all campus members and also see geographically where many of our campus members are located. As a registered user you can see what moves them, what they are engaged in and whether they are perhaps even in your area. With the filter function you can search for members who can support you in your start-up, business idea or project.
Entrepreneurship learning made easy!
Our free online courses give you an easy-to-understand introduction to the topic of entrepreneurship and guide you step by step through the development of your idea to a concept-creative entrepreneurial design (business model).
The “Head Beats Capital” course is based on Prof. Günter Faltin’s bestseller of the same name and supports (prospective) entrepreneurs and founders in working out and further developing their ideas and projects.
The Sustainable Entrepreneurship course focuses on the topic of sustainability and shows how entrepreneurs create and run sustainable companies.
We recommend that you first complete the "Head beats capital" course and then the "Sustainable Entrepreneurship" course. Both courses, as well as numerous other materials, are also available to you free of charge after registering on our Entrepreneurship Campus.
Note: If you want to participate in the Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition, you must complete both courses in full during the CEC in order to be able to participate in the voting phase.
The development and elaboration of the business model can be done in many ways. We are convinced that it is not only the business implementation that matters, but much more, such as sensitivity to market developments, a sense of the buyers' needs, etc. An Entrepreneurial Design incorporates all factors of a start-up.
Gather knowledge from our extensive pool of materials. Literature, videos and podcasts.
You want to start a business but don't really know how and where to begin? Let yourself be inspired by start-ups from our community.