The entire course is implemented remotely. This course begins with four lectures, during which various problem-solving and innovation methods are introduced. The teaching of the methods makes use of examples related to the development of the technologies needed to inhabit the planet Mars. After the lectures, student teams are formed. Each team develops its own solution to a given socially significant challenge. The best teams will be rewarded. CHALLENGE: In a world of accelerating globalization and e-commerce, the production of raw materials, products and services is shifting to larger units and further away from the consumer. This development has had many significant social, economic and ecological impacts. The challenge for student teams is to develop micro-enterprise concepts that take advantage of the circular economy and bring production, retail and services as close as possible to people's homes and apartments. The desired result of micro-entrepreneurship is to increase face-to-face encounters and improve regional economic resilience. Examples of such business concepts are a balcony café and a garage shop. AFTER THE COURSE: After the course, student teams have the opportunity to apply for funding to test and experiment with the micro-enterprise idea they have developed from the Draft Entrepreneurship Program.
Wärtsilä Campus Karjalankatu 3
19.04.2022 - 19.05.2022
19.03.2022 - 18.04.2022
5 - 30
Degree Programme in Business Economics