Bootcamp for Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs embark on a six-week-long, intensive bootcamp designed to help them jump-start their start-ups beginning Oct. 10.
The OSU Cowboys Bootcamp is a program for people seriously interested in launching their own ventures and those in the early stages of start-up.
The program features award-winning faculty, highly successful entrepreneurs and a number of subject matter experts who share key elements of creating a profitable and sustainable new venture.
The $650 program addresses:
— Why it is important to approach venture creation as a process.
— Different types of ventures one can create.
— How to discover entrepreneurial opportunity.
— What makes for a great business concept and a cool business model.
— The real role a business plan plays and why you need to write it yourself.
— How to think about, mitigate and manage risk.
— What role the Internet should play in your business.
— What you might, or might not, need from a lawyer.
The program is presented by promotional partners i2E Inc., REI and Tulsa Metro Chamber and run by Nola Miyasaki, director of the Riata Center for Entrepreneurship in the Spears School, of Business at OSU, and Michael Morris, the N. Malone Mitchell Chair in Entrepreneurship and founder of the Entrepreneurship Department at OSU.
The two ran a similar program at Syracuse University for six years.
The bootcamp takes place at OSU-Tulsa, 700 N. Greenwood Ave., Oct. 10, 17, 24 and 31 and Nov. 7 and 14. There are scholarships available.



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