100 students, 21 teams, and five universities: in Net Economy, students collaborate on an international, intercultural, and virtual basis. During their group efforts on a social media platform, teams need to work on a competitive business idea which is superior to other ideas. This is due to the fact that the winning team will be given the opportunity to participate in a workshop at Krinova Incubator & Science Park of Kristianstad University Sweden. E-Mama won this year’s contest. Their idea: platform users can sell or exchange children’s wear and toys online.
The team spent two intense days in Kristianstad and their stay was rounded off with an impressive pitch deck. Nael Alshowaikh (on the left) who is a student at South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences, is allowed to continue with the project E-Mama at Krinova Incubator & Science Park for another six months after being granted a scholarship of Volksbank Hellweg and South Westphalia International Center for Entrepreneurship (SWICE).