The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences

Henrik Scheel: "How Might We Discover Entrepreneurial Opportunities for Social Good?" on Thursday, Aug 1 at 5PM @ecovator

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Aligned with Dartmouth College’s own mission, Henrik Scheel, founder of the Startup Experience Inc., seeks to instill a sense of responsibility in people to improve the broader world through entrepreneurship. Scheel believes that design thinking is valuable tool in finding and/or creating opportunities that can improve social well-being through human-centered business solutions. 
Henrik Scheel is a Danish serial entrepreneur currently living in San Francisco where he focuses on startup projects in entrepreneurship education and telecom. While still an engineering student, Henrik founded two companies in IT and Design Thinking. He then worked with the Global Research team at Vestas Wind Systems and became specialized in strategy development and Innovation Management. In 2010 he moved to Silicon Valley where he founded Startup Experience Inc. Through Startup Experience he has formed partnerships with governments, NGOs and corporate non-profits in 15+ countries and is striving to transform entrepreneurship education in today’s school system. 

Please join us for the Portman Lecture Series event with Henrik Scheel, “How Might We Discover Entrepreneurial Opportunities for Social Good?” on Thursday, August 1 at 5:00 PM in Rocky 003. 

Students (graduate and undergraduate):
Please join us for the Startup Experience student workshop, “How Might We Improve the Worldthrough Entrepreneurship and Design Thinking?” on August 2 (4:00-8:00 pm) and August 3 (9:00 am-6:00 pm) in Collis Common Ground. Pre-registration is required.

This transformational workshop is designed to inspire people to adopt a more entrepreneurial approach to life. The workshop is followed by a networking reception sponsored by Career Services and Mitosis. 

Co-sponsored by Career Services, Dartmouth Entrepreneurial Network, Dartmouth Entrepreneurial Society, Digital Arts Leadership and Innovation (DALI) Lab, Kairos Society, Mitosis, Office of Entrepreneurship and Technology Transfer, Office of the President, Thayer School of Engineering, Tuck School of Business, and Tucker Foundation.

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