2020. June 4., Thursday

Demola

The University of Szeged has joined the Demola Global Innovation Community, within the framework of the USZ Virtus Enterprise Catalyst Program, which aims to create a young, open, multidisciplinary community that works with creative ideas and methods to solve real market problems.

Demola is an open innovation platform where international project teams can work on real company challenges, with co-creation method, for 8 weeks. The teams work together with the corporate partners to develop the best possible solution to the business or industrial issues raised. The team must pitch the results of the project work to the representatives of thes ponsoring company.

Why should businesses participate in the Demola Programme?

  • To reach out to talented students and young researchers.
  • To gain new directions and inputs for their business development.
  • To obtain innovative ideas from student teams.
  • To give a floor to the company's employees to work with talented and creative students.
  • To promote employer branding.

Why should students participate in the Demola Programme?

  • To work on a real business challenge.
  • To be involved in the development of an innovative idea in a multidisciplinary team with company leaders.
  • To master the entrepreneurial mindset and project-based teamwork as part of your team.
  • To be a member of an inspiring community.
  • To receive a Demola Global Certificate that will excellently fit in your resume.
  • To take the very first step in career building.

For Demola projects, we are inviting all faculty students and young researchers, who feel the urge to work intensively for 8 weeks as a member of an innovative team with C-suite leaders.

For more information about the current industrial problem in the DEMOLA centre in Szeged, and more information about the program, visit the following link: demola.net and virtus.szte.

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The University of Szeged has joined the Demola Global Innovation Community, within the framework of the USZ Virtus Enterprise Catalyst Program, which aims to create a young, open, multidisciplinary community that works with creative ideas and methods to solve real market problems.