Coming January 18, 2012! Turning Your Idea into a Business — a CU NVC business plan boot camp
Please note that there is a new Social Impact track. of the New Venture Challenge!
Wednesday, January 18, 2012 3:00-7:30pm
ATLAS, University of Colorado at Boulder
RSVP requested, click here
Boost your chances of developing a successful business plan. Get the essentials at NVC Boot Camp!
This CU New Venture Challenge (NVC) boot camp offers an intensive workshop in entrepreneurship basics that will boost your chance of developing a successful business plan. CU instructors and professional entrepreneurs will offer advice on various aspects of planning, starting, successfully pitching, and gaining funding for your new venture. Don’t miss this half-day session to get answers to your questions and get set on the right track for whatever business you want to start!
If you are planning to enter the CU NVC, CU’s business plan competition, you should not miss this session. But you do not have to be a CU NVC team to attend the boot camp. Open to all CU students and the public. To RSVP, click here
Who should attend?
· Anyone thinking about developing an idea into a new business.
· Anyone currently writing a business plan.
· Anyone wanting to learn more about entrepreneurship.
· Anyone constantly thinking about ideas that would make good businesses.
· Anyone planning to participate in the CU New Venture Challenge business plan competition (deadline on March 8, competition on April 5), cunvc.org
The NVC boot camp will teach you how to incorporate various business functions into your business plan and startup idea.
Topics covered (Frank Moyes & Special Guests TBA)
New Venture Challenge cunvc.org
Business plan preparation
Financial considerations for entrepreneurs
3:20-3:30 Overview of a business plan in 10-minutes or less
3:30-4:15 Finding your value proposition + first 10 customers
4:15-4:45 Putting together a financial model + funding your dream
4:45-5:15 Presenting your business idea
5:15-6:00 Track Breakout Session: Get specialized information on planning new ventures
General New Ventures – Room 100
Cleantech Ventures – Room 229
IT Ventures – Room 1B31
Music Ventures – Room 1B25
Social Impact Ventures – Room 104
6:30-7:30 Ad hoc advising, networking, pizza & root beer
*Come for some or all. Subject to change.
Made possible by CU’s New Venture Challenge partners:
With support from: