SPRING 2016 WORKSHOPS
Learn about the iterative process of completing a Business Model Canvas, panel by panel:
2/2: Value Propositions and Customer Segments
2/9: Key Activities, Resources and Partners
2/16: Cost Structure and Revenue Streams
2/23: Putting It All Together
12 - 12:50p; Neilson Browsing Room
(lunch provided for the first 20 attendees)
Rick Feldman and Rick Plaut are here to help you with your Business Model Canvas, executive summary, and more.
by appointment (firstname.lastname@example.org)
April: T/Th 1:30-3:30p
by appointment (email@example.com)
April: W/F 12:00-2:00p
**Open to Smith College students only. Students must send an email in advance to reserve time.
Faculty and alumnae mentors are also available. To be matched with a mentor, SIGN UP HERE.
Shark Tank - POSTPONED
New Date: March 23, 2016; 6-8p
Campus Center Carroll Room
Are you planning to enter the 2016 Draper Competition? Then you should apply to participate in Smith's version of the Shark Tank. You have 90 seconds to convince our business, faculty and alumnae mentors to take the next meeting. After team pitches, mentors will meet with teams to provide them feedback on the quality of their pitches and the viability of their ventures. Light supper will be provided. Click here to sign up to participate.
Deadline: The application must be submitted with written materials by 4p on Wednesday, March9th. Accepted students will be notified by Friday, March 11th.
Elizabeth Crowell '93, CEO of Bpeace, owner of Sterling Place, and founding member of Astia Angels NYC shared some helpful links to really understand what an Angel Investor looks for in a good business pitch.
- 10 Rules of Investor Decks
- Angels and Angel Investing
- Video - Ask Jay - Angel Investors vs. Venture Capitalists
- Video - Ask Jay - Why do Angels Invest?
- Presentation - Angel Investment Primer
- Podcast Series - StartUp
- Podcast Series - The Pitch