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JKKYINA11 Demola Project 5 ECTS
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School of Management

Learning outcomes

The course aims to motivate students to entrepreneurship and to produce promising business ideas. The specific objectives are as follows; 1) to develop students` skills in commercialisation and in developing meaningful value propositions for companies, 2) to learn teamwork skills in a multidisciplinary and international teams, 3) to help students to understand the characteristics defining some of the most successful business start-ups, and 4) to help students to build a business model and/or a project based on a group work that is developed by the students during the course.

General description

Participation in team work. Students are to develop a concept for the purposes’ of commercialisation and establishing an actual business model/project. Collaboration with other teams, taking part in the coaching events, and finally presenting the results in a public event are required.

Enrolment for University Studies

Enrollment periods

Autumn 2015: 16.8.–7.9.2015
Spring 2016: 18.–31.1.2016


Markus Laine, Contact person
Harri Laihonen, Contact person
Janne Ruohonen, Contact person
Kari Lohivesi, Contact person
Elina Kestilä-Kekkonen, Contact person

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Further information

For further information, please contact Demola staff: http://tampere.demola.net/about#contact.

Demola contact persons at the School of Management

Administrative studies: University Lecturer Markus Laine, Professor Harri Laihonen
Business studies: University Lecturer Janne Ruohonen, University Lecturer Kari Lohivesi
Politics: University Lecturer Elina Kestilä-Kekkonen