The Rudolph and Valeria Maag INSEAD Centre for Entrepreneurship (ICE) was founded in 2003. For the past 12 years, we have inspired, educated, and empowered INSEAD entrepreneurs as they innovate and create business ventures worldwide.
Our mission is to accelerate the entrepreneurial ambitions of INSEAD students and alumni and turn INSEAD into a catalyst for entrepreneurship initiatives. We do this by providing inspiration, driving team formation, and facilitating venture development.
6 November 2015
INSEAD alums Yuying Deng and Andrew Mcdonnell, MBA'10D have created Aspirus, a revolutionary smart adjustable workstation that sits on your existing desk. With the push of one button, it rises to your height, sitting or standing. It comes with a companion smart phone app to set sit-stand goals, reminders and track your real-time data. Learn more about Aspirus and participate in their funding campaign.
9 October 2015
INSEAD hosted the INSEAD Doriot Entrepreneurship Conference on October 23-24.
25 September 2015
INSEAD is once again ranked by Pitchbook as the top MBA school in Europe for capital raised by entrepreneurs. INSEAD is also ranked #4 amongst all MBA schools for unicorns, start-ups whose valuation exceed $1 billion. For the full report, visit Pitchbook.
19 August 2015
MAGNiTT is an online pitching platform created by Philip Bahoshy, MBA'13D. MAGNiTT connects current and alumni entrepreneurs with a community of angel investors, early stage VCs and startup enthusiasts. Register now using your INSEAD email address at www.magnitt.com to either pitch your idea or review ideas from the INSEAD community.
21 May 2015
The 2015 INSEAD Entrepreneurship Forum on Entrepreneurial Networks brought together speakers, live cases, and panels to present the latest knowledge on how networks have now become a necessary part of entrepreneurial success. The Forum featured a keynote by Geoff Ralston, MBA'92D and founder of Imagine K12 and partner at Y Combinator.
17 April 2015
INSEAD has partnered with FOUNDER.org which allows INSEAD participants the opportunity to apply for FOUNDER.org's 8D program. FOUNDER.org was started by a group of serial entrepreneurs from Silicon Valley who have built billion dollar companies. Young entrepreneurs work side by side with their executive team to build great companies. Each team receives up to $100K in startup grant money. FOUNDER.org also has a $100M fund to further invest in the companies in their program. The one year program combines cutting edge education, investment and an international network like no other.
Applications will be accepted starting in late Fall 2015. Stay tuned for more information!