New student organization wants to link students with tech companies

Skrevet af Andreas HammershøyJesper Snedker Adamsen, (versioning) - Foto: TechMinds - 31. marts 2016 - 17:220 kommentarer
The founding members (from left to right): Tommaso Centonze (TechMinds Copenhagen’s Corporate Relations Manager), Arianna Iseppi (Vice-president), Andrea Bifulco (Goggle Glass Explorer), Claudia Puddu (HR Manager) and Andrea Seminara (President).

A new student organization named ‘TechMinds Copenhagen’ has emerged at CBS. The founders’ ambition is to strengthen links between students and innovation and technology by linking up with relevant businesses that can advise and give students hands-on experience with innovation management. 

The new student organization, TechMinds Copenhagen, was founded in February by four Italian students at CBS and their ambition is to establish links between CBS students and innovation- and technology companies.

The intention is to get a closer look and hands-on experience with the innovation taking place in relevant companies, i.e. to combine theoretical knowledge from studies at CBS with practical knowledge and experience.

The organization recently hosted its kick-off event where students got a chance to try the controversial Google Glasses, and one lucky student won a HiddenRadio in the competition that was part of the event.

Down the line, TechMinds Copenhagen will organize workshops, company visits, as well as day courses in cooperation with a number of tech companies.