Over 100 local business professionals and stakeholders joined the latest biannual Taste of Knowledge afternoon organised on 5 June 2014 by the Postgraduate Education department of the Maastricht University School of Business and Economics.
The biggest entrepreneurship conference in Limburg is opening its doors again for its sixth edition in Maastricht on 14-16 May.
In today’s global economy, manufacturing can take place in the lowest cost location and even high-tech products are becoming commoditised. Many traditional product firms are looking to move to a services business model that will provide them with a sustainable competitive advantage. But how should they make this transition?
It could easily be said that the winners of the Value-Based Marketing course were not only the best student presentations, but also the Maastricht University School of Business and Economics (SBE), the participating companies and the wider Limburg business community.
If I recall correctly, almost none of the students of my year knew back in 2008 what they would do after their studies. Most of us were ambitious and eager to join the workforce. Some went travelling first. A smart decision in hindsight, because landing a job hasn’t been the easiest thing to achieve since the crisis that hit in 2008.
The Service Science Factory (SSF), an initiative of Maastricht University, regularly organises Service Science Cafés to share project outcomes with a broader audience.
The SBE Alumni Day 2014 will take place this year on Saturday 24 May 2014, 10.30 – 18.00 Please visit
The Maastricht Week of Entrepreneurship is Maastricht’s largest entrepreneurship event. Happening yearly, the ME Week brings together over 200 students
Maastricht Geekettes held its first event and launch party on 11 March, welcoming young women interested in the field of technology and
My name is Elisabeth ‘Lisa’ Brüggen (36). I am married with two daughters and enjoy spending my free time with