The aim of this research was to document operations of Business Factory Learning Environment and its added value to students in Vaasa University of Applied Sciences. The research covers the years between 2005 – 2009. The Empirical case study reveals the story of one Team Entrepreneur and the development of his business idea while learning about entrepreneurship at Team Entrepreneurship Studies in Business Factory''s learning environment. Theoretical frame focuses on entrepreneurship, networking, social capital and knowledge share in the Team Entrepreneurship study module. Research methods are qualitative research with narrative in-depth interview in the empirical case study. The results of the research reveal the importance of a supporting network in the development of a business idea and the added value for each individual student who becomes a Team Entrepreneur in Finland. The practical implication of this research is a model of a larger supporting network which focuses on the development of students'' own business ideas and promotion of entrepreneurship as a possible career opportunity in university.