Last Friday, Tim presented the TACIT project at the 7th European University-Business Forum organized by the European Commission in Brussels.
The two-day forum brought together a diverse range of 400 representatives from higher education institutions, companies and organizations from all over Europe and beyond, who shared and discussed their experiences and jointly developed ideas on the cooperation between universities and the business sector. The inspiring workshops and lively exchange were in essence focused on the topics of innovation and modernization.
Tim, who was also staffing the TACIT fair booth, was delighted about the huge number of visitors interested in the booth and in the project.
In the research project TACIT (Teaching and Coaching Innovation & Entrepreneurship InnovaTively), CLIC together with eleven partners is currently developing new teaching methods for innovation and entrepreneurship.