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Effendi, Izma (author)
More than ever, there is a growing importance of renewable energy technology (RET) as a part of the global energy source. With the increasing need of a cleaner energy and abundance incentives from the government, the evolution of innovating firms who are developing radical innovations related to RET products has been expanding, especially in the...
master thesis 2018
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Salz, Kevin (author)
Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) technology development is currently in the gap between academia and commercialization. To bridge this gap, all stakeholders that influence the development must perform optimally. This thesis presents the performance of OTEC developing stakeholder groups (‘clusters’) in Japan, the Netherlands, France, USA...
master thesis 2018
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de Jong, Puk (author)
Driving a significant part of the global economy, fashion represents one of the world’s leading industries. Currently, the fashion industry is radically reshaping by the forces of technology, globalisation and shifting consumer values. The top 3 words executives used to describe the fashion industry in 2016 were: uncertain, changing and...
master thesis 2017
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Dijkstra, Martijn (author)
In response to greater demand for transparency, technology advancements and the disintermediation by startups are gradually making some of the information public. As a result, property-related information is increasingly available in digital and paper form. However, a significant portion of the digitized information is hosted on disparate...
master thesis 2017
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Deurvorst, Taco (author)

This thesis studies the strategic motivations for large firms to engage in partnerships with young ventures, and aims to design a service model for an intermediary that puts the needs of the large firm at the core. This project was commissioned by, and executed in collaboration with Venture IQ, an innovation scouting company founded in...
master thesis 2017
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Moschos, G. (author)
The transformation of a new technological principle into a marketable product usually signifies a long and risky route for organizations engaged in the commercialization of radically new high-tech products. New products often fail to make it to the market, are delayed for their market introduction, or are withdrawn shortly after their market...
master thesis 2016
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