Aspiring innovators on campus and in the community are invited to attend the Entrepreneurons lecture series, kicking off on Thursday, September 12 at the Discovery Building on the UW–Madison campus (330 N. Orchard St.).
Beginning at 4pm, Michelle Somes-Booher of the Small Business Development Center at UW–Madison and David Ertl of UW–Madison’s Discovery to Product will provide an overview of the business model canvas, a hypothesis-driven planning tool that can help guide innovators from the idea stage all the way through incorporation of a successful company. Next, there will be an introduction to UW–Madison’s new Innovate Network, a collaborative group of campus-based and campus-affiliated member organizations that aim to improve support for aspiring Badger entrepreneurs. The event will conclude with a resource fair and reception for attendees to connect with campus and community resources.
The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) and UW–Madison’s Discovery to Product (D2P) are partnering to co-host four Entrepreneurons lectures this fall. The events are free and open to the community. All events take place from 4pm to 6pm in the Discovery Building. Details for the full series are below.
Attendees are asked to register on the WARF website.
Entrepreneurons Fall 2019
Sept. 12: Ready, Set, Go, an introduction to the business model canvas and UW–Madison’s new Innovate Network
Oct. 7: Doing Well While Doing Good, social entrepreneurship as a way to make a difference
Entrepreneurons is a series focused on bringing the fundamentals of getting a new venture started to the UW–Madison community. These short programs bring together thought leaders from across the country and our own backyard to exchange perspectives on core topics ranging from identifying an opportunity to building a startup team to financing and beyond. Register at warf.org/entrepreneurons.