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Entrepreneurship Proof of Concept; the Most Essential Course in an Entrepreneurship Curriculum

 Upcoming Preconference Date: 

October 8th from 1- 4 PM

$199 for NACCE Members and $299 for Non-members

Location:

Hyatt Regency Sacramento

Audience:

  Faculty & Deans

Facilitator:


Margaret Johnsson, award-winning serial entrepreneur (INC 500 - Rank #219 Fastest Growing Private Companies, SBA Small Business Owner of the Year - State of Illinois, Today's Chicago Woman - 100 Women Making A Difference, University of Illinois - Chicago - Entrepreneurship Hall of Fame), founder of Strategic Propeller Institute for Entrepreneurship Education, and Senior Lecturer of Entrepreneurship (Northwestern University - Kellogg School of Management, Illinois State University and Loyola University - Quinlan School of Business)

Why do large corporations have a better success rate with new product launches than most budding entrepreneurs? Because large corporations can’t afford to get it wrong—so they do their due diligence by conducting a rigorous Proof of Concept process. If you were to teach only one course to students looking to start a new business, regardless of their age, prior business experience, or education level, the one course to teach is an Entrepreneurship Proof of Concept course.

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