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October 27, 2015


Mon., Nov. 2, 2:30-4:30pm: Startup Job Fair. At Sterling Memorial Library Memorabilia Room. Details here.

Tues., Nov. 3, 5-7pm: CBIT Clinician Pitch Night. At CEID, 15 Prospect St. Details here.

Wed., Nov. 4, 4pm: University Tea with Bing Gordon. At Sterling Memorial Library Memorabilia Room. Details here.

Thurs., Nov. 12, 12-1pm: How to Fund Your Social Venture with Patrick Struebi and Rob Lalka. At YEI, 254 Elm St., 3rd Floor (door to left of Tyco). Details here.

Fri., Nov. 13, 11am-1pm: VCP Pitch Lunch. At YEI, 254 Elm St., 3rd Floor (door to left of Tyco). Details here.


Fri., Oct. 30, midnight: Venture Creation Program Deadline. Details here.

YEI Welcomes New Venture Creation Program Admits

YEI has recently accepted 14 teams into the Venture Creation Program, a program for nurturing ventures in their earliest stages that offers funding, Lean Startup education, business development expertise and connections to corporate partners and other YEI resources. The new admits are part of the first cohort (there will be three total) and represent diverse industries, including a startup around a medical device, an app for book lovers, a social learning platform, a pearl business, an art rental company and an immunization information system. Learn about all the VCP teams here.
Interested in seeing them pitch? The Yale community is invited to come to a VCP Pitch Lunch on Fri., Nov. 13, 11am-1pm at YEI (254 Elm St., 3rd Floor, door to left of Tyco). Details and registration here.

Announcing the Yale College Dean's Challenge for Social Innovation

On October 9, Yale College Dean Jonathan Holloway sent a message to Yale undergrads announcing the Yale College Dean’s Challenge on Social Innovation, a new partnership with the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute (YEI) that seeks to promote a social venture from a Yale student with the potential to have serious impact. Read more here.

YEI Grad Programs Open New Career Doors

Amy Sharma

Graduate students at Yale are not only excited about starting new ventures—they are eager to work with startups, helping to guide them as they develop from early idea to investible business. This year, graduate students applied in record numbers to be part of one of three programs at the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute that provide hands-on experience in working with ventures—Venture Creation Consultants, Venture Creation Advisors and the Canaan-Yale Venture Fellowship. Read more here.

Rent the Runway's Jennifer Fleiss Shares Business Insights

Jennifer Fleiss (Yale '05, HBS '09) is the Cofounder and Head of Business Development at Rent the Runway, an online service that provides designer dress and accessory rentals from over 200 designer partners including Badgley Mischka, Vera Wang, Alexis Bittar, Carolina Herrera and Calvin Klein. Fleiss and co-founder Jennifer Hyman have raised approximately $126 million from VCs Kleiner Perkins, Highland Capital and Bain Capital Ventures since launching in 2009. The company has nearly 500 employees and 5 million members. On Thursday, October 15, Fleiss stopped at YEI to share some of her insights into how to build a successful business. Read 7 Lessons from Jenny's talk here.

YEI's First Entrepreneur Meetup Helps Ventures Find Expertise


Our first team-matching event was a big success with venture ideas ranging from solar to ed tech to healthcare tech to desalination. Check out photos from the event here.

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New Haven, CT 06511

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