The university students participated in an informative workshop
19 university CEMS (Community of European Management Schools) students and two teachers joined the workshop organised by the Corvinus University of Budapest’s Startup Navigator. The aim of the event was to learn about the Hungarian startup ecosystem through the activities of Design Terminal. The students will travel to Vienna to share the success stories of the Hungarian startup scene.
Tamas Tossenberger, responsible for Startup Relations at Design Terminal, introduced the mission and activities of the organisation for university students. LearnIT, one of our mentees, also joined the conversation to share their experiences as a startup participating in the Mentoring Program.