Entrepreneurship@DU Who Is Your Customer Workshop
Entrepreneurship@DU invites you to join us for a fun and engaging workshop featuring Allie Lawn, Ph.D., Founder, Entrepreneur and Adjunct Professor at E@DU.
Who Is Your Customer
In today’s competitive business environment, companies are shifting their focus from product and service development to customer acquisition and satisfaction. This paradigm shift has put increased pressure on organizations to quickly understand who their customers are and what they want. The challenge for most businesses is learning how to do this and knowing where to start.
This workshop will help you overcome these challenges by providing you with skills and tools to better understand who your customer is. In this session, you will gain insights into who you want your customers to be, who they “actually” are, and how you should engage with them based on what you’ve learned. Whether you are in the business development phase or you are managing a successful enterprise, you need to continually leverage these skills to remain competitive.
Join us for this in-person event Tuesday, January 31st 5:30-7:30 PM at The Garage (1986 S. York St. Denver, CO 80210).
*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 workshops, but it is not required
What You Should Bring: