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Fast Track entrepreneurship program organized by Innovation Factory kicks off

Those interested in participating should submit their application before October 2.

Fast Track 2020

30/09/20 11:38 Communication Service

pathway The Fast Track program, a practical training program in innovation and business creation organized by Innovation Factory, the entrepreneurship unit of the University of Navarra, will start on October 5, 2009. Those interested in participating in it should submit their application before October 2, through the following form.

This is a program in which students from all faculties participate. Throughout the course they work in multidisciplinary teams to find an idea that improves the world and develop it into a project that can go to market. They receive training and feedback to make it happen. 

Last year, 20 students from Tecnun participated in the Innovation Fast Track program with students from other faculties.

Working method

The program will be developed around the development of entrepreneurship projects, with a program structured around the following phases: ideation, canvas, market validation, marketing plan, financial plan, prototyping and business plan. It concludes with the presentation of the project developed by each group, which will take place at the Innovation Day, scheduled for the week of April 12, 2021.

The winning team will participate in the national competition of the Start Up Programme of the Junior Achievement Foundation.

Participants in the Fast Track are configured in teams of 4 to 6 members, who will work together in the development of their innovation projects. The teams must be formed by students from at least 3 faculties. For those who sign up individually, the teams will be configured based on the registrations received by Innovation Factory professionals. All the instructions of the program can be consulted on this website

Fast Track includes 16 hours of classroom sessions and an estimated workload of 80 hours, and can be completed at validate qualification for 1 ECTS credit. Likewise, and as Gustavo Pego, Director of Corporate Ventures at the University of Navarra, explains, "although it is positively valued, it is not essential for students to have a previous idea to be admitted to the program". 

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