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Happy Monday! Upcoming Yale Entrepreneurship Events

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February 8, 2016


UPCOMING EVENTS

WED., FEB. 10, 11:45-12:45pm: Jeff Salazar, VP of Design at Lunar Design

Jeff Salazar, VP of Design at Lunar (also known as the design firm recently acquired by McKinsey), will talk about how the design thinking process was applied to new product development of Oral B toothbrush design and how the McKinsey acquisition will drive synergies between business management and design thinking. The event will be in a casual conversation format where students are highly encouraged to ask questions about design thinking process and the collaboration between design agencies and management consulting firm practices. All students who are interested in management consulting, marketing & branding, and innovation & social impact strategy consulting are highly encouraged to attend the event. At Evans Hall, Room 2420. SIGN UP HERE.

WED., FEB. 10, 4-5pm: BYOB (Be Your Own Boss)

Most pitch nights require lots of preparation and a good idea. This event requires neither. Come pitch your app or business idea, no matter how undeveloped it is. We will workshop it together and get you started on making it into a viable business. All ideas welcome (seriously). Anyone interested in hearing ideas or finding/joining a team also encouraged to attend! Featuring Chips, Guac & Salsa from Tomatillo! At YEI, 254 Elm St., 2nd Floor Lounge. SIGN UP HERE.

FRI., FEB. 12, 3-6pm: Pitching for Social & Environmental Entrepreneurs - Space Is Limited!

In this interactive workshop with William Vance from Executive Voice, we will cover best practices for organizing your ideas into a simple, compelling story that will connect with audience constituencies. You’ll learn how to present as an integrated team and how to use audience questions as a platform to market the value of your pitch. The session also includes an opportunity to polish your delivery. Your team’s presentation will be video-recorded for your private review, to build your presentation skills and to strengthen the ways you advocate your ideas. Part of the Environmental and Social Entrepreneurship Professional Skills series co-hosted by: The Yale Center for Business and the Environment, InnovateHealth Yale & the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute. At Marsh Hall, 360 Prospect St. SIGN UP HERE.

WED., FEB. 17, 9am-4pm & THURS., FEB. 18, 9am-12pm: SBIR/STTR Workshop: Funding for Translating Research to the Market
Please join us for an intensive, two-day SBIR/STTR workshop focused on proposal development. Each year the SBIR/STTR federal program provides billions of dollars in non-dilutive grant funding to US small businesses to advance and commercialize game-changing technologies. Nationally recognized SBIR/STTR expert Becky Aistrup will provide detailed instruction on developing competitive proposals for the National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Science Foundation (NSF), and Dept. of Defense (DoD) SBIR/STTR programs. NIH will be the primary focus. A representative from Connecticut Innovations will also share SBIR/STTR follow-on funding opportunities available through their organization. Light lunch will be provided. At Cohen Auditorium, 230 South Frontage Rd.

WED., FEB. 17, 9am-4pm: How to Apply & Keys to Success. REGISTER HERE.
THURS., FEB. 18, 9am-12pm: Commercialization Planning. REGISTER HERE.

UPCOMING APPLICATION DEADLINES

THURS., FEB. 11: Deadline to Submit Social Impact Pitch Abstracts for Global Health & Innovation Conference

Do you have an organization, program, or idea that is less than six years old? Receive mentoring from an esteemed panel of experts, while also making connections and receiving guidance from the conference audience. GHIC 2016 includes two categories of Social Impact Labs: Early Stage (idea, program, or organization is less than 3 years old, and ideas in the brainstorming stage are also eligible) and Established Program (program or organization is 3-6 years old). Those who are accepted will be eligible to apply for the Innovation Prize which offers a $10,000 and $2,000 cash prize! DETAILS HERE.

FRI., FEB. 12, 11:59pm: Phase 1 Applications Due for Thorne Prize

Phase I applications for the Thorne Prize are due end of day on Friday, February 12. The Thorne Prize is the leading prize at Yale for students interested in social innovations in health or education. Phase I applicants may request a mentor to help with Phase II application. For more information about the Thorne Prize and its sponsor, InnovateHealth Yale, go here. Find out more about workshops to help you prepare for the prize here.

FRI., FEB. 19: Deadline to Apply for Office Hours with Justin Kan & Michael Seibel

Justin and Michael, Y Combinator Partners and Yale alums, will meet with up to 12 Yale start-up companies for 20 minutes each during their visit Friday, February 26. This will likely happen 12-2pm. If your company is selected, we will be in touch shortly with details including the exact time and location. (Michael and Justin will be speaking that afternoon at 3:30pm and there will be a reception at 4:30pm.) APPLY HERE.

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