Business developer for CSE
CSE (Copenhagen School of Entrepreneurship) is a unit at CBS that engages in preparing students to be business-ready. CSE is the largest Danish university incubator where students are supported in testing business concepts and in building their own startups.
CSE is a dynamic place to work. The position involves a number of tasks related to idea and business development for early-stage startups. Some of these are listed below:
Help our startups at the different stages of their development and progress through the CSE Proof Program.
Take part in and lead business ideation sessions and workshops
Take part in and lead business development sessions and workshops
Event planning and execution
Support us in developing our activities and offers to our startups further.
Represent CSE at different events and participate in spreading the word about the opportunities that we offer to students and startups.
Many backgrounds can be relevant for this position. You should have experience with idea, concept and business development and a strong interest in the challenges and opportunities for early-stage startups. It would be an advantage if you have strong knowledge and interest in design thinking, ideation and concept development. Also, you should be excited about planning and excuting workshops and events.
A technical background with business knowledge and experience is an advantage.
Salary and terms of employment
Recruitment and remuneration will be in accordance with the current agreement between the Ministry of Finance and the relevant organization, with a classification and remuneration depending on the qualifications and experience of the applicant. During the recruitment there will be the opportunity to negotiate a personal supplement. The employment is 37 hours a week. The employment is limited for a period of 3 years.
To learn more about the content of the position, feel free to contact the Managing director of CSE, Karina Rothoff Brix on email@example.com
You apply for the position online by opening the "online search" link, where you fill in the application form and attach an application with information about previous employment, exam papers and CV.