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Encouraging enterprise in the organic electronics sector


The Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL) at Cambridge Judge Business School is working in collaboration with the Cambridge Innovation and Knowledge Centre (CIKC) and the Europe-wide COLAE network (Commercialising Organic and Large Area Electronics) to increase economic activity in the organic and large area electronics (OLAE) sector by training technologists in entrepreneurship skills. The Centre is running a specially adapted version of their highly successful Enterprisers programme.

The programme will run from 23-26 September 2013 and is for ambitious and energetic early-career technical staff from academic institutions, research and technology organisations with some involvement in OLAE technologies and applications.

Chris Rider, CIKC Director, said:

If you’re a technologist in the organic and large-area electronics sector with ideas of your own, whether you’re exploring new initiatives in existing organisations or considering a brand new enterprise, OLAE Enterprisers will equip you to develop your vision and attract the support that all new ideas need.”