“Start Something” is a series of workshops where Yale students and faculty can learn the basic tools that entreprenuers use to launch new companies including:
12-5:30pm. Co-hosted with the School of Management's Entrepreneurship Club, this Start Something Intensive is a special, day-long workshop on the fundamentals of entrepreneurship, encompassing the topics covered in "Ideation," "Lean Startup" and "Minimum Viable Products." This workshop is for students who want a "crash course" in entrepreneurship! Space is limited and by application. Apply by Sep. 11th at 11:59pm.
6:30-8pm. Have a startup idea and ready to take the first step? Learn the tactics modern entrepreneurs use to launch their ventures: the lean startup methodology, the basics of customer discovery, and the concept of product-market fit. Space is limited. Register by Sep. 18th at 11:59pm.
8-9:30pm. Ready to start the building your first product? Come learn what a minimum viable product (MVP) is, how to use it, and what the next steps are. Space is limited. Register by Sep. 26th at 11:59pm.
2-3:30pm. Interested in entrepreneurship but don't have a startup idea yet? Join us for a workshop walking you through the human-centered design process to generate compelling, viable business opportunities. Space is limited. Register by Oct. 6th by 11:59pm.
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