Our students gave their final presentation yesterday as part of their ETECH technology entrepreneurship course. The team worked on smart roads with participation and support from industry on a real technology and business.
In addition to teamwork and commercialisation skills, the provided an opportunity to acquire and develop skills from project management to running public survey to liaising with companies. The final commercial feasibility study presented an innovative (and commercially confidential) solution to developing the idea that generates profit from an early stage.
The Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning at the Judge Business School managed the ETECH project for several centres for doctoral training.