Entrepreneurship@DU Design Thinking Workshop
**THIS WORKSHOP IS FULL! TO BE ADDED TO THE WAITLIST, EMAIL: DU.ENTREPRENEUR@DU.EDU**
Entrepreneurship@DU invites you to join us for a fun and engaging workshop featuring David London, Director of Product Management at Marketron and Adjunct Professor at the Daniels College of Business.
Design Thinking Workshop
Want to start a business or have a great idea and don’t know what to do first? Want to significantly increase your likelihood of success by following very simple, yet often forgotten steps?
This workshop will use a very hands-on approach to help you understand how to define the problem that you are solving, create potential solutions, and iterate on your idea as it evolves. It also lays the foundation for topics discussed in the remaining workshops this quarter. Also, the skills that you will learn in the Design Thinking workshop will help you no matter where your post-graduation path takes you.
Join us for this in-person event Monday, March 7th 5:30-7:30 PM. Workshops will be held in either the Innovation Lab (MRH 116) or The Garage. Registrants will be notified of the exact location on the morning of the event day.
*OPEN TO DU STUDENTS ACROSS ALL LEVELS AND DISCIPLINES, FACULTY, STAFF AND ALUMNI*
ABOUT E@DU WORKSHOPS:
Do you have a business idea but not sure how to get started? Do you want to learn about entrepreneurship? Are you interested in applying to Startup BASE camp, Entrepreneurship@DU’s summer accelerator? If you answered Yes to any of these questions, then you should participate in the Entrepreneurship@DU workshop series.
The goal for these workshops is to have fun, meet people, and learn about entrepreneurship and innovation in a laid-back environment that encourages collaboration and creativity. It is also an opportunity to work on your idea.
Workshops are free, available to every University of Denver student, and do not require any prior business experience. The workshops are focused on providing the tools entrepreneurs and innovators need to develop their business idea.
- 2-hours in length
- Capped at 15 students
- Taught by an industry and/or faculty expert
- Pizza and drinks provided
- You must register because space is limited
- We encourage you to attend all 6 workshops, but it is not required
What You Should Bring:
Topics / Upcoming Events:
- Winter Quarter
- Design Thinking (David London) January 13th
- Who is your customer (Aaron Duncan) January 25th
- Business Model Canvas (Neil Pollard) February 8th
- Product Fit & Value Proposition(Joshua Ross) February 23rd
- Costing & Revenue (Daniel Cohen) April 5th
- Pitch + Build a Deck (Joshua Ross) April 20th