KBS student selected for European Innovation Academy

Kent Business School is proud to announce that BSc International Business student, Brenda Okandju has been selected to take part in the European Innovation Academy (EIA) this Summer. The EIA that will take place in Nice, France, in July, is a 15-day programme of entrepreneurship education which gives ‘every participant the opportunity to be immersed in the extreme international start-up environment’.

Brenda Okandju’s selection follows her recent success as a finalist of the KBS Business Start-Up Journey, where she successfully pitched to a panel of entrepreneurs and Business School Directors, winning a financial support prize for her start-up idea.

As she shares:

“As a finalist of the BSUJ, this is a great chance to network with like-minded people and be in the midst of technical experts from the famous technology cluster – Silicon Valley. This is an incredible opportunity that I cannot take for granted!”

For more information, contact ASPIRE Project Officer, Jack McDonnell on 01227 816492 or jm773@kent.ac.uk

 

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