Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Limburg are hit hard by the corona crisis. UMIO|Maastricht University came to the rescue of entrepreneurs by organising an online hackathon in collaboration with MKB-Limburg, the association for SMEs in Limburg.
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A follow-up series of our initiative ‘Moving Forward Together’ will kick off on May 28, shining a light on the next phase of the pandemic.
In this edition of We’re open! Piet Eichholtz, Professor of Real Estate Finance at the School of Business and Economics, reflects on how the coronavirus crisis is ineluctably embedded in economic, political and ethical issues.
In March, all educational institutions in The Netherlands, including Maastricht University, had to switch from offline to online education in no time. Before the virus turned our world upside down, we spoke with Dr. Boris Blumberg about the possibilities and future of online education.
Join us online in April and May for a live series of five webinars that address some of the most urgent and important questions for any individual or organisation dealing with the consequences of the current corona pandemic.
Om de coronacrisis het hoofd te bieden, is het cruciaal dat we elkaar helpen. Daarom heeft MKB-Limburg een interactief platform opgezet voor ondernemers in Limburg. UMIO is als expert betrokken bij dit initiatief.
In the story series ‘We’re open!’ on the website of Maastricht University, you can read about the members of our community in times of corona. This week: Professor Mark Levels of the Research Centre for Education and the Labour Market (ROA).
Where to play and how to play? Deze vraag stond centraal bij de ontwikkeling van de nieuwe strategie van LIOF. Carmen Vonken en Edward Huizenga werden ingeschakeld om dit proces namens UMIO te begeleiden.
Our future success as individuals will hinge on our ability to be able to use technology to help make whatever we do better, says Dave Coplin.
Slow down your revolving door of talent by following five basic strategies that have organisational effectiveness as their ultimate aim, says Kath Howard.
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