To help student-entrepreneurs at our campuses in the US and France strengthen their business idea, SKEMA Ventures is organizing three-day Bootstrap workshops. The first one will be held from October 19 to 21 at the Raleigh campus (in partnership with Raleigh Founded) and second one from November 29 to December 1 at the Sophia Antipolis campus.
If you have a startup idea and are wondering how to move forward from the conceptual stage, this is the perfect opportunity for you to get the right support. The objective of the workshop is to help participants better define their business plan and move closer to the development phase. During the workshop, SKEMA Ventures coaches will help you to design an attractive value proposition of your business idea for customers, identify the right business model to support it, and practice how to pitch your venture to investors and stakeholders, among other things. The coaching will be provided in English and French.
After the workshop, the participants will be able to:
- Understand the key determinants of the entrepreneurial mindset
- Use different tools and methods of business modelling
- Pitch the business plan in front of professional stakeholders to provide a clear, short, and valuable understanding of their value proposition and business model
The last date to register is October 15 for the Raleigh Bootstrap workshop and November 21 for the Sophia Antipolis Bootstrap workshop.
Since only a limited number of places are available, please register at the earliest. First come, first serve policy applies. For more information, please contact the SKEMA Ventures manager at your campus: Prof.Mitch Weisberg (Raleigh campus): firstname.lastname@example.org; Prof. Franck Arnold (Sophia Antipolis campus): email@example.com.