In today’s global economy, manufacturing can take place in the lowest cost location and even high-tech products are becoming commoditised.
Five scientists from Maastricht University have each received 800,000 euros to develop an innovative line of research and to build up their own research group. They have received a Vidi Grant from the Talent Scheme of the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO).
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?
The Service Science Factory (SSF), an initiative of Maastricht University, regularly organises Service Science Cafés to share project outcomes with a broader audience.
What is money? And how successful is it in solving society’s ills and meeting its needs? Currency expert Bernard Lietaer
Stefan Scherpenborg, 22, is doing a master’s in Marketing-Finance at SBE. Because of his strong interest in digital currencies, Stefan is currently helping to develop a new social-exchange platform, Pendo.
Europe is closing the innovation gap with the USA and Japan, but there are big performance differences between EU Member
At Maastricht University School of Business and Economics (SBE) students are combining practice with theory.
Tuur Demeester, an expert speaker on the topic of Bitcoins and former writer for the financial newsletter Macrotrends, describes himself as
Seven teams of innovative entrepreneurs presented their work to a jury panel and an 80-strong audience during the Pitch Competition