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Social Innovation networking event with Danish students from SCALEit Incubator
Oct 24, 2018  |  Read: 842


Social Innovation networking with Danish students from SCALEit incubator


Since 2010, Cphbusiness has supported a co-working office environment for business start-ups. The shared office is intended for students and is called Inkubatoren – the Incubator. Inkubatoren is a formal shared office space for start-ups. The aim is to help young, serious entrepreneurs to turn their business ideas into a reality.

This networking event will provide an opportunity for UIC students to meet and network with like-minded students from the Incubator Program in Copenhagen.

Join the event on Tuesday, October 30, 2018.  This event will be held at the Global Lounge Sinchon Campus at 11AM. Students are invited to enjoy this opportunity to share and hear from students who are working towards becoming entrepreneurs in Copenhagen.

RSVP now at: https://goo.gl/forms/L9haHMnO2kp8Tc2b2


Event Schedule:

11AM - 12PM Pitching session

12PM - 1PM Lunch (provided by YCSI)

1PM - 2.30PM Networking Time




For more information, please contact the Yonsei Center for Social Innovation, at ycsi_ck@yonsei.ac.kr (032-749-3099).


About Social Impact Initiative for Global Creative Talent:

Funded by University for Creative Korea, the Social Impact Initiative for Global Creative Talent (SIIGCT) aims at fostering social innovators by providing diverse curricular and extracurricular programmes within Underwood International College, Yonsei University's Techno-Art Division and Integrated Social Sciences Division.


Contact Information


  •   Address :
  • Yonsei International Campus, Veritas Hall B, room 326
    85 Songdogwahak-ro, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon 21983
    Republic of Korea


  •   Phone :
  • (+82) 032-749-3100



  •   Hours :
  • Monday to Friday :
    09:00 - 17:00



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