Soft skills and experiential education, huh?

A simple, but wise phrase: “learning by doing”. Sometimes, we need to do something in order to understand its meaning. Sometimes, we need to fail in order to learn from our mistakes and be ready the next time. Experiential education is certainly not something complicated. It’s cooking a burnt omelet, it’s nailing with a hammer and succeeding not to … Read more

Interviewing Maria Arnaoutaki

What encouraged you to work on entrepreneurship in a young age? Was it an organization, a person, an event? An event about entrepreneurship gave me the spark, however the essential motivation came from the start up environment from which i started. What did the University contribute to your entrepreneurship route, until this moment? The university’s … Read more

Interviewing Dimitris Ntempos

What encouraged you to work on entrepreneurship in a young age? Was it an organization, a person, an event? It was not something specific, since I was a child I used to ‘snuggle’ in creative activities. Also I was trying to arouse the interest of other people too , such as bands ,basketball teams etc. … Read more

Interviewing Dimitris Methenitis

What encouraged you to work on entrepreneurship in a young age? Was it an organization, a person, an event? Encouraging was the innovative idea and the challenge of achieving the goal through a small group . What did the University contribute to your entrepreneurship route, until this moment? University gave us a first input into … Read more

Interviewing Marianthi Nika

What encouraged you to work on entrepreneurship in a young age? Was it an organization, a person, an event? AIESEC has been an important factor that encouraged me to get involved with entrepreneurship, as it taught me the simple principle of “if you don’t like something, change it”. The matter that concerns me deeply is … Read more

Interviewing Antonis Mantzavrinos

What encouraged you to work on entrepreneurship in a young age? Was it an organization, a person, an event? From a young age, I wanted to  work on something of my supervision . On the other side, whereas my first degree was about business administration, I received all the right stimulations to start something of … Read more

Interviewing Nikos Foros

What encouraged you to work on entrepreneurship in a young age? Was it an organization, a person, an event? The main stimulus for me was my involvement with a students’ organization named AIESEC, through which I became much more outgoing. I began to understand better the environment around me and it gave me the impetus … Read more

Interviewing Alkisti Michailidou

What encouraged you to work on entrepreneurship in a young age? Was it an organization, a person, an event? We, our project’s team, when we started working on it, weren’t really thinking about entrepreneurship. Essentially, due to the Educational trip, where we built our team ad as time passed structuring our ideas and procedures, we … Read more

Interviewing John Stefanidis

What encouraged you to work on entrepreneurship in a young age? Was it an organization, a person, an event? Ever since I remember myself, I was interested in the process of creating goods and selling them. From a young age, I created and sold objects to my classmates. Growing up, neat and sophisticated branding, that … Read more

Interviewing Aris Konstantinidis

1. What encouraged you to work on entrepreneurship in a young age? Was it an organization, a person, an event? Personal curiosity and desire to do things. I attended ASWU, where I went to just see what it was and eventually founded GloVo. 2. What did the University contribute to your entrepreneurship route, until this … Read more