Guided by entrepreneurship expert Andrew Nelson, the three-day boot camp will cover
- Entrepreneurship and innovation
- Start-up venture fundamentals
- Go-to-market strategy
- How to pitch a business plan.
By the end of the kickoff weekend, participants will have formed teams and will be ready to continue developing their concepts in the weeks to come.
During the first three weeks of March, team members will work together to expand and revise their initial concepts. Teams will receive coaching and feedback from mentors with clinical, business, engineering, and finance backgrounds.
Who Should Participate?
Any and all professionals and current graduate students who want to grow and refine their entrepreneurial skills in a supportive yet challenging environment. Prior experience with entrepreneurship is welcome but not required. We are looking for problem-solvers who will bring fresh perspectives to the challenges of the current day.