Location: Lind Hall 303
Value Proposition Design Workshops - Begin June 21
June 21, July 5, July 19, and August 2. 1-4pm in Lind Hall 303. Register and learn more here!
This four-session noncredit course will address product-market fit, customer discovery, pathway to commercialization, and market assessment for each participant's innovation:
- Determine initial product/service application to a specific market, as well as longer-term market potential
- Develop competence in customer discovery methods
- Identify steps toward commercialization - scientific, market, and business
- Access $3,000 NSF-funded mini-grants for customer research, and potential to move onto the NSF I-Corps National Teams program, which includes a $50,000 grant for additional customer discovery
Please see the MIN-Corps website for information about our fall programs, especially:
STARTUP (MGMT 5102) - 2-credit fall semester course
Undergrad and grad students interested in pursuing their own entrepreneurial ventures are invited to join STARTUP. In this intensive 2-credit course, students test business model assumptions and receive recurring feedback from instructors and mentors.