Knowledgebased Entrepreneurship
DTU Ph.D course 2010
Course evaluation report: click here

Updated: 24-02-2014
Building 427, room 119. Map: click here
Wednesdays 13:00 to 16:30

Course Manual: Click here
Lecture Plan: Click here

DEADLINE: Submit business plan before Thursday 10 june, 11:00 pm.
EXAM: Tuesday 15 june. Exams plan, latest version: Click here
Exams manual: Click here

The course aims at developing the Ph.D. student's entrepreneurial mindset and skillset by providing portable and practical knowledge within opportunity driven creativity, business modelling, business planning and financing.

Course specs:

Text book
     Knowledgebased Entrepreneurship, John Heebøll, Polyteknisk forlag 2008.
     ISBN 13: 978-87-502-0996-6     ISBN 10: 87-502-0995-5


  1. A brief introduction to 42705

  2. Course Manual

  3. Lecture plan

  4. Business Plan Template

  5. List of participants

  6. Exams plan


  1. Calculation of an equity investment with two share classes

  2. Complete simulation of a start up

Business plan examples

Course teaching materials:

1. Lecture
    Introduction & Experiences

    The Venture Cup competition
    The Startupbootcamp

2. Lecture
Business Planning

    CONNECT Denmark

3. Lecture

    DTU Symbion Innovation & SEED Capital
    Equity capital investment:
speadsheet model

4. Lecture
Spreadsheet model

Business Law

5. Lecture. 12 May 2010
    Intellectual Property Rights
    Market Analysis

    Link to Michel Porter's Five Forces
    Note on Michael Porter's five Forces

6. Lecture. 19 May 2010
    Sales & Marketing   
    Managing a high tec start-up venture

7. Lecture.    26 May 2010
        Course round-up
        On exams

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