Nordic Entrepreneurship Hubs

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Nordic Entrepreneurship Hubs (NEH) is a collaborative project between Lund University, DTU - Technical University of Denmark, Copenhagen Business Academy and KEA - Copenhagen School of Design and Technology.

The project supports student startups across Sweden and Denmark by forming a network of hubs that combine entrepreneurial facilities and resources. NEH began in 2016 and will continue until the summer of 2022.

NEHs purpose is to support student startups in their journey towards becoming established business and to ensure that they can survive and grow, so they can contributing to create employment in the Øresund Region.

Institutions of higher educations in the Øresund Region hold a large number of students who are interested in starting their own businesses. In addition, companies founded by persons with a higher education have proven to create more jobs than other businesses. For the region to really profit from the growth potential students with entrepreneurial mindsets represent, structural challenges must be met by creating a better dynamic between the agencies supporting upcoming businesses and the needs of student entrepreneurs.

The project was realised by funds from the EU regional development fund Interreg Öresund-Kattegat-Skagerrak under the program priority Employment.