Unlocking Entrepreneurial Excellence: A Two-Week Immersion with SPARK Incubator and H-FARM College

Experience a unique blend of practical learning and cultural exploration in our two-week program, a collaborative effort between SPARK Incubator and H-FARM College. Set in the scenic Villa Annia from July 21st to July 26th, and again from July 28th to August 3rd, this program is designed to accommodate up to 27 participants, offering an intimate and focused learning environment.


Week 1: Operations and Marketing Mastery
Immerse yourself in the operational and marketing aspects of business:

  • Project Management
  • HR People and Culture Development + Recruitment Strategies
  • Crafting Effective Marketing Plans
  • Mastering the Art of Storytelling
  • Innovative Branding Techniques

The week includes a fascinating trip to Venice, providing not just cultural immersion but also setting the stage for the second week’s focus. This experience will introduce elements of Fashion, Food, Art, Design, or Tourism, crucial for the upcoming project.


Week 2: Business and Entrepreneurship Focus
Delve into the business side with a strong entrepreneurial focus:

  • Business Model Canvas Development
  • Finance and Fundraising Essentials
  • Startup Creation, guided by a Real Briefing

This program is not just a learning experience; it’s an opportunity to engage with diverse fields, from creative arts to the business intricacies of tourism, offering a comprehensive understanding of various sectors. Join us at the crossroads of culture, innovation, and business acumen with SPARK Incubator and H-FARM College.


Aspiring minds aged 15 – 21 years. It’s a perfect fit for those who are eager to explore the world of entrepreneurship and innovation at an early stage in their educational journey.


24 jul

H-FARM Campus

€3.400 + VAT (13 nights, 13 breakfast, 13 lunches, 12 dinners included)


H-FARM Campus

Sustainable, zero impact, technologically-advanced

The Spark Summer Program 2024 takes place at the H-FARM Campus, a unique space for sharing and collaboration among students, professionals, entrepreneurs, and innovation leaders.

The Campus is self-sufficient for 85% of its energy needs, thanks to extensive photovoltaic systems and energy storage and exchange.

Green mobility is encouraged through electric vehicle charging stations, bicycles, e-bikes, golf carts, and electric scooters.

It is entirely zero-impact, thanks to the repurposing of previously abandoned structures and the demolition of a former military base.

Subscribe to the waiting list by April 24th:

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