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29.07.2019

SEPT Summerschool on "Regional Strength & International Presence (RSIP)"

Within the framework of our project "Regional Strength & International Presence” a summer school for start-ups and founders takes place in Leipzig from 29.7.2019 to 9.8.2019. The summer school is offered for programmers and developers from Egypt as well as German start-ups teams to check the feasibility of business ideas and to discuss their implementation. The project RSIP takes place in cooperation with the Universities of Halle and Jena.

29.12.2020

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16.09.2020

International Business and Export Management Advanced Training

The Small Enterprise Promotion and Training Program (SEPT) of Leipzig University is going to run this year a next edition of International Business and Export Management Advanced Training. The idea of the International...[more]

14.09.2020

Virtual Improvisational Theatre at SEPT Summer School

We offered another virtual fun activity to our summer school participants of #Projectdevelopment forknowledgetransfer. The 30-minutes-session of Improvisational Theatre with Anna and Jim of the #Theaterturbine brought a super...[more]

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07.09.2020

SEPT Summer School: Premiere of cooking together via Video Meeting

Even though our Summer School participants can´t be present in Leipzig this year, we didn´t want to skip the socializing part. So we had this wonderful cooking event online on Thursday, September 3rd. Claudia, founder of...[more]

02.09.2020

Digital Summer School started

Due to the challenge posed by the Corona-virus, this year´s edition of our SEPT International Summer School is a digital one. All 21 participants attend online from where they are residing right now. These are 12 countries in...[more]

31.08.2020

New Publication on critical factors for innovative work behaviour

Most recently, one article in the field of innovative work behaviour has been published by an international team of authors with the participation of Prof. Dornberger (Leipzig University). The topic is about: "Critical...[more]