ASU Graduate College announces summer entrepreneurship seminar series
Do you have an idea for a tech startup, an app or a social venture, but aren’t sure how to turn that idea into something real?
Join us this summer for a virtual seminar series that will prepare you to start your own successful business. Beginning Tuesday, June 30, “Entrepreneurship for Graduate Students and Postdocs,” includes five sessions every Tuesday afternoon from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. There is no cost to attend the seminar.
June 30: Why entrepreneurship?
July 7: Customer discovery
July 14: Revenues, resources and partnerships
July 21: Telling your story
July 28: Pitch day
Wiley Larsen, co-founder of a company that is commercializing a diagnostic for Parkinson’s Disease, manager of the Postdoctoral Affairs Office and former program manager in the ASU Entrepreneurship and Innovation Office, where he helped launch dozens of startups based on research and technology developed at ASU, will teach you what it takes to start your own business.
For more information, email Wiley Larsen (firstname.lastname@example.org).