1987, the European Forum for Entrepreneurship Research (EFER) fosters
and promotes research and teaching in the field of entrepreneurship at
institutions of higher education across Western and Eastern Europe.
universities must play a key role in promoting entrepreneurship and
innovation, helping students learn not only how to start, but also how
to grow, enterprises. Technical and scientific schools, in particular,
provide potential breeding grounds for high technology/high growth
companies or “gazelles”.
View our activities and advice for professors and educators in teaching entrepreneurship in Video Resources
2013 The European Entrepreneurship Colloquium 2013 will take place on 30 June - 6 July at Ozyegin University, Istanbul, Turkey. More than 70 professors from over 25 countries will have opportunity to learn, exchange and network under the theme of “Entrepreneurship in Emerging Markets”. More
The EFER Alumni Roundtable took place at the Riga Technical University (RTU) in Riga, Latvia on 12-13 October 2012. More than 40 entrepreneurship academics from across Europe joined for an active discussion on entrepreneurship curricular, teaching methods and best practices.