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Collaboration Planning – how to identify and contact important stakeholders

How do you establish collaborations and approach companies with your research ideas? Turn your research into impact and learn how to build relationships and plan projects in this hands-on workshop.

2019.10.28 | Health Kommunikation

Date Tue 05 Nov
Time 13:00 16:00
Location Meeting room 2.3, Studenterhusfonden, Fredrik Nielsens Vej 2-4, 8000 Aarhus C

Collaboration planning is a skill set that can be learned.

Collaboration with a range of stakeholders is a key skillset for both academic and industry research leaders.  

Join Science for Society's 3-hour workshop about Collaboration Planning November 5th 13.00-16.00. The event typically finish at 15:00. The remaining time is for your questions on collaboration with industry.

The workshop offers a simple process on:

  • How to build relationships
  • How to plan projects
  • How to proceed to a signed, legal agreement
  • Understanding why collaboration proposals fail – and how you could be the principle scientist that succeeds

No preparation is needed but we invite you to think about how you can put your research into play in different contexts before the workshop.

The event is free of charge but there is a limited number of seats so sign up is necessary. 

Speaker: Eoin Galligan, Business Developer at AU and Peter Langborg Wejse head of Open Innovation at Arla. 

Sign up here.

About Science for Society at Aarhus University

Science for Society is a learning- and networking platform for PhD-students and postdocs at Aarhus University. We focus on academic value creation, entrepreneurship, commercialization and employability.

We offer teaching within entrepreneurial tools which can be used either in academia, in the industry or if you wish to look into the spinout opportunities.

We are running several courses but we also work hand held and we offer specialized workshops on demand which could be to know about pitching, how to look at business models or value creation.

Please contact Anne Sofie Dahlmann if you have ideas or concrete topics for talks or workshops, which you see fit in your work.

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