10.09.2015

Business Start-up Clinic for Ghanaian students in Germany

Ghanaian students in Germany have potentials to contribute to the African economy, upon their return to their country through the creation of businesses that will reduce unemployment and stimulate growth. Therefore, there is the need to transform business ideas into real businesses.

In the light of this the SEPT Program at the Leipzig University is organizing a training program from 24th - 25th September, 2015 called “Business Start-up Clinic”. The foundation of this training program is the conviction that the future of our economies relies on entrepreneurship and the innovative Small and Medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

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06.12.2018

Apply now: Shanghai Start-up Class 2019 *2nd Batch

DC-Hub supports German Start-ups and SMEs to build up a China competency. The program will pay for the 2019 class´s winners return flights, co-working seats in Shanghai, access to the DC-Hub network, events, and workshops. The...[more]

20.11.2018

Congratulations to the winners of our 2018 Leipzig Founder's Night

The goal of Leipzig Founder's Night is to award innovative ideas and growth-oriented startup business within the region of Leipzig. The target group of our competition includes students, scientists, entrepreneurs and businesses....[more]

12.11.2018

Inaugural lecture of the Guest Professor Dr. Amar Iqbal Anwar on 19.11.18

Spillover Effects of FDI in Africa: BRICS versus Developed Countries Compared to multinational corporations (MNCs) from advanced countries, emerging countries firms may have a comparative advantage when operating in developing...[more]