Today's entrepreneur panel topics started in customer development and expanded to general entrepreneurship and life lessons. The entrepreneurs today included: Evan Baehr - Co-founder of Outbox Isaiah Kacyvenski - Head of Sports Segment at MC10 Chris Goldstein – Co-founder of Kartis
When not in classes, visiting labs, or working on their companies, students enjoy exploring the MIT campus: finding lectures, playing sports, or enjoying the beautiful sculptures and engaging aura that the campus exudes.
An important part of assessing your customer needs and targeting your customer is establishing a customer persona. This means taking your target customer segment and developing a profile, including a photo, for a specific customer within that segment, preferably one... Continue Reading →
Today, we got to tour the new Harvard Innovation Lab (i-lab) on the campus of the Harvard Business School. The i-lab serves as a resource for students from across Harvard interested in entrepreneurship and innovation, helping them grow their ventures at... Continue Reading →
Students began taking part in a financial market simulation today to value their businesses. Each of them is able to act as an investor in any of the businesses except their own, gaining exposure to the challenge of evaluating new ventures. Each team was... Continue Reading →
Christina Chase, the Entrepreneur in Residence at the MIT Martin Trust Center for Entrepreneurship, was gracious enough to give us a tour of the center today. The Trust Center provides the knowledge, support, and connections needed for MIT students to... Continue Reading →
Dr. Paul Stoltz is considered the world's pre-eminent thought leader on the science of Mindset. He is author of four international bestselling books on the subject, guest lectures for the Harvard Business School Executive Education program, and has his AQ theory and... Continue Reading →
Having assessed their overlapping passion, skills, and market opportunities with their teammates, each team had a short list of interest areas that could help them guide their brainstorming session. Teams grouped together, collaborating and engaging to help each team come... Continue Reading →