At CU, Silicon Flatirons is hosting two events associated with the campus wide New Venture Challenge soon. January 20 is the last day to submit an intent to compete with the CU NVC to qualify for mentoring office hours. To learn more about the CU NVC final challenge for cash prizes, visit http://cunvc.org. Here is some information about these upcoming events.
Introductory Business Workshop:
Marketing Your Product
Thursday, Jan. 15 in ATLAS
(networking 6:30, workshop 7 pm)
Learn about Marketing Your Product: Connecting with Customers, and the requirements for the CU NVC final challenge and the competition for cash prizes. Networking begins at 6:30 pm in the lobby of the ATLAS building. The Deming Center introductory business workshop, led by Frank Moyes of the Leeds School of Business and the Deming Center, begins at 7 pm in the ATLAS auditorium. Registration is not necessary.
Crash Course Series for Entrepreneurs: Marketing for Web-based Startups
Tuesday, Jan. 27 in Wolf Law Bldg. Room 204 at 5:15 pm
The crash course, led by Laura Kornish, Assistant Professor of the Leeds School of Business, will be held in Room 204 of the CU Wolf Law Building (5:15 pm – 6:45 pm). One of the cornerstones to any successful startup is its marketing strategy, and web-based ventures have unique considerations.
To learn more about the free course and to register for the event, visit http://www.silicon-flatirons.org/events.php?id=553.