Global Entrepreneurship Week 2015
Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) is quickly approaching. This Kauffman Foundation initiative is the world’s largest celebration of the innovators and job creators who launch startups that bring ideas to life, drive economic growth and expand human welfare.
This year’s BIG GEW theme is ‘Ready to Launch’ as the team will be launching a new Lunch n Learn series and website workshop. BIG is also bringing back Eagle FastPitch during this exciting week of events.
Becky Brownlee, SBDC Consultant, will be helping to start the Brownbag Lunch n Learn series. On Monday, November 16 at noon BIG will host the first Lunch n Learn in the City Campus Classroom. Whether you are starting a new business or growing an existing one, a business plan is crucial to your success. The greatest benefits come from examining all of the critical aspects of your business, looking at the factors and trends that can affect your success or threaten your livelihood, and asking yourself the tough questions. This session will cover the necessary components of a business plan including business concept and feasibility, market analysis and financial considerations.
The applications have been evaluated and twelve students are being prepped to compete in Eagle FastPitch. We are excited about the BIG ideas some of our students have. This competition provides a unique opportunity for enterprising students to develop their elevator pitch. Competitors will pitch to a panel of judges with experience in entrepreneurship and investments.
Eagle FastPitch will take place on Tuesday, November 17 from 3-6 pm at the Whitaker Black Box Theater on 41 West Main St. Downtown Statesboro. Thank you to our wonderful partners for helping with our event: Gold sponsor – Campus Evolution Villages, Silver Sponsor – McPherson Manufacturing.
BIG has an exciting new partnership with Cable Ad-Concepts to provide a web workshop series for entrepreneurs. The series will provide business owners with tools they need to create a strong online presence. The first class in the series will be ‘Websites 101’ taught by Georgia Southern Web Developer, Keely Hopkins. This class will be held on Wednesday, November 18 at 4 pm in the City Campus classroom.
Websites 101 will give entrepreneurs a better understanding of what it takes to create a website from start to finish. Keely will cover everything from choosing the best platform to picking the best domain name.
Thank you CAC for sponsoring this new BIG Web Workshop Series.
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Tags: Business plans, Cable Ad-Concepts, Campus Evolution Villages, Eagle FastPitch, GEW, idea pitch competition, Lunch-N-Learn, McPherson Manufacturing, Website development