Globally, a growing number of universities are providing entrepreneurship support to their students and researchers. The goal of this initiative is to develop entrepreneurial mindsets that emphasize traits such as self-efficacy, creativity, and riskawareness. This strategy also cultivates essential knowledge, skills, and attitudes that can help transform ideas into actions, launch and grow new businesses, and stimulate self-employment. How do universities in Central Europe perform in the field of entrepreneurship education? What are their success stories, and what are the main challenges they face?
Veronika Haissingerová, Project Manager, Centre for Knowledge and Technology Transfer, Charles University (CZ)
Imre Hild, CEO, Obuda University Venture Capital Fund (HU)
Eva Simeková, Associate Partner, CIVITTA Slovakia (SVK)
Irina Tsagareishvili, Managing Director, Axel – Georgian Business Angel Network (GE)
Michal Andera, Department of Entrepreneurship, Prague University of Economics and Business